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Making a directory - Macromedia Dynamic HTML

I know XHTML and CSS and know how to use Dreamweaver as far as XHTML and CSS go. I am wondering the best place for me to look for tutorials on how to make an online directory. I would like to know how to make the site so people could search it and make a forum. I would like to take the next step into web development but am not sure where to look. People have mentioned PHP but I am not finding tutorials, instead I am finding snippets of code and it is confusing to me on how to ...

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    Default Making a directory

    I know XHTML and CSS and know how to use Dreamweaver as far as XHTML and CSS
    go. I am wondering the best place for me to look for tutorials on how to make
    an online directory. I would like to know how to make the site so people could
    search it and make a forum. I would like to take the next step into web
    development but am not sure where to look. People have mentioned PHP but I am
    not finding tutorials, instead I am finding snippets of code and it is
    confusing to me on how to start using it. Any suggestions on where to go from
    here?

    Thanks!

    STTTER Guest

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    Default Re: Making a directory

    Check the manual at [url]www.php.net[/url], complete with user comments. You'll also
    need MySQL, so check dev.mysql.com.

    You should find building a forum and directory system easy going with these
    two languages, although there'll be a lot to do!


    STTTER wrote:
    > I know XHTML and CSS and know how to use Dreamweaver as far as XHTML
    > and CSS go. I am wondering the best place for me to look for
    > tutorials on how to make an online directory. I would like to know
    > how to make the site so people could search it and make a forum. I
    > would like to take the next step into web development but am not sure
    > where to look. People have mentioned PHP but I am not finding
    > tutorials, instead I am finding snippets of code and it is confusing
    > to me on how to start using it. Any suggestions on where to go from
    > here?
    >
    > Thanks!

    rob::db Guest

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    Default Re: Making a directory

    Thanks Rob I will check that out!!!
    STTTER Guest

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