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    Language requirements for a basic application

    Hi All,

    I would greatly appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction for making a web page with a particular function.

    What I want to do, in essence, is have a whole heap of info available to the end user so that they can select the appropriate items that will then be built and returned to them. For example, there could be a list of all the letters of the alphabet and the user could then go and select which ever ones they want.

    I'm pretty confident that javascript would be useful, but I don't know about the likes of php and asp.net.

    Thanks.
    Peter.

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    You should have knowledge about just Html and php and .asp only to make basic website i recently used this method for Travel website development for my tour operator client you can check it at - Agratrippackage dot com.

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    *NOT* ASP! Maybe ASP.NET. But that answer should have read:
    One version of HTML (including CSS and JavaScript) and one server-side language (PHP, ASP.NET with BASIC, ASP.NET with C#, node.JS, perl, etc.) including SQL (which version of SQL depends on which database engine you choose)

    The most likely combination, for somebody starting out, is
    HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP, PHP's PDO library, MySQL
    Notice that you need to learn *FIVE* languages (the PDO library is just a specific way of accessing the database).
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