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    Customer Wants To Update Content On Their Side

    I am relatively new to designing websites - I'm still learning - but I have a law firm that wants a simple HTML site but they want the ability to update a few sections on their own (lawyer info). What are your suggestions on creating an interface for them so they can enter a username/password and type in the info they want and then submit it so it uploads to the site?

    Should this be in the PHP thread?

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    Customer wants to update info on site...

    I'm reposting this because I don't see it in the forum...

    A customer of mine wants to update content on their site (text fields) from their end. I figure I could create an interface with a username and password they could enter, then have them input the text and then it will update in the location they want....my question is.........how would you suggest doing this?

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    PHP and a MYSQL database using SQL will be great for this sort of thing have a look at this link for a few tutorials on PHP adding data and deleting and user logo in so on....

    http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_intro.asp

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    Use a CMS like this one: http://www.speaklight.com/

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    Usually for small business clients like that I just use the Wordpress

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    I would look into an open-source CMS like Wordpress, Joomla!, Drupal. This website, OpenSourceCMS.com has a ton of CMS both php and asp pre-installed so you can try them out before you download and install.

    I would just find a pre-built CMS that has the features you want already. This way you don't have to worry about authentication and SQL table structure. Plus, its all open-source so you can tweak/customize the code to your heart's content and spend your time creating something new and original instead of recreating the wheel.

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    You should try iUpdateIt.

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