Member Rara Avis
It's all good.
My only warning would be to learn PHP first, becoming reasonably comfortable in that paradigm, before trying to also learn SQL. Download some programs that interest you from one of the many resources available, then change them to do something a bit differently. As you modify someone else's code, you'll likely learn a lot of different ways to do things in PHP, and most importantly, you'll start to "think" in code. When you later tackle the complexities of database design and SQL, it'll seem less daunting than it will if you try to learn both at the same time.