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  • #16
    Ok. I'm in over my head.

    LOL

    I just about feel comfortable installing and modifying cgi scripts. I took a look at those php scrits and I just don't know which end is up.

    That's ok tho. We are not in a rush, w ehave plenty of other things to deal with before we *need* a publishing system. And hopefully by then we are moved over to VB and I will then have more of a grasp of php and MySQL.

    I am also trying to change web hosts so I can have shell access, seems like it would be useful.

    So, thank you for the links. I will poke around. I appreciate your help. As I figure this stuff out (and I will) I'm sure they will be helpful!

    Evoir
    webmaster
    http://www.curvemag.com

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    • #17
      <cough>
      http://back-end.org
      </cough>



      It won't do exactly what *you* need, but I could modify it easily and more importantly, rapidly if you have a budget (which I would be willing to offset it I could release the code on the back-end site).

      It'll do the upload soon enough anyway, it's just a case of making it easy to install

      regs

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      • #18
        Back-End.org

        Bealers - I took a look at what you folks have going on and it looks really promising. My problem with most of the PHP content management systems has been how new they all are. It's hard to tell which ones are going to survive and which ones are going to die in SourceForge beta land.

        I haven't installed back-end on my server yet, but I'll certainly give it a spin and see how it looks. Best of luck with the project and take care!

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        • #19
          Hey that's fair enough,
          thanks for looking at the site.

          We are a baby of a project at present, but I've got reams of code that I want to use with it, so I think it'll be sticking around for a while



          Regs

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          • #20
            There's an outstanding 10 part series in progress over at http://www.sitepoint.com

            I believe the series has 5 of the 10 parts written, but I've found it to be an excellent start. The series includes informarion on MySql and how to integrate PHP and MySql.

            Good Luck,
            Cameron

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            • #21
              Originally posted by BassWriters
              There's an outstanding 10 part series in progress over at http://www.sitepoint.com

              I believe the series has 5 of the 10 parts written, but I've found it to be an excellent start. The series includes informarion on MySql and how to integrate PHP and MySql.

              Good Luck,
              Cameron

              Yes it is nice for beginners, but is almost to basic, and I am just learning!
              We're Here Forums!
              [email protected]

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              • #22
                Bealers, checking it out

                nothing more to say, I'm still looking and tring to figure this all out. Thanks to Bealers and Ed Sullivan.

                My head is still spinning. But I am looking into both of your programs. Thanks again.
                Evie

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