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    Question would like some advise before getting started

    Well I'd like to set up a sql backend so that I could create user accounts that would allow people to upload content to the site and for certain people to be able to make updates to the site from a webpage and I would also like to be able to allow people to sign up to the site. if at all possible i want to stay away as far as humanly possible from php, asp, etc. unless i really have no other choice

    any advice would be extremely helpful

    T

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    you need to use a server side language to communicate with a database.

    there are a lot of choices:
    - php
    - asp
    - c#
    - vb
    - java (jsp/servlet)
    - perl
    - coldfusion

    and lots more.

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    thanks chazzy,
    to be honest i don't even know where to start , I played with php a few years back but besides that I haven't really done any coding since I left school and decided to focus on the hardware side of IT, I did how ever manage to code a simple site with notepad after I dusted of my html and css reference books www.tarosanjiro.com
    if at all possible I'd like to keep as much of the work I have done so far I was thinking of going with mysql since its open source what would you recommend for simplicity.

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    there are a lot of books out there on the subject of "building dynamic websites with php and mysql" that would definitely get you very far along.

    try looking at some of those.

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