Sure, I can help you create a simple PHP script. Here’s a basic “Hello, World!” example to get you started:

<?php echo “Hello, World!”; ?>

You can follow these steps to create and run your PHP script:

1. Open a text editor like Notepad (Windows), TextEdit (Mac), or any code editor of your choice.

2. Copy and paste the above PHP code into the text editor.

3. Save the file with a .php extension. For example, you can save it as `hello.php`.

4. Make sure you have a web server environment set up. You can use a local development environment like XAMPP, MAMP, or install PHP and a web server like Apache or Nginx on your computer.

5. Place the `hello.php` file in the appropriate directory of your web server. If you’re using XAMPP or MAMP, it’s typically the “htdocs” directory.

6. Open a web browser and type in the following URL: `http://localhost/hello.php` (or use the appropriate path if you placed the file in a different directory).

You should see “Hello, World!” displayed in your web browser. This simple script demonstrates how PHP can be used to generate dynamic content on a web page. You can build upon this foundation to create more complex web applications and websites.