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    How can i code a website so one person would get there own page where only they....

    Hi,
    how can i code a website so one person would get there own page and only they can add photos and text. Also,how would i code it so when people would view this and when they clicked on the photos, it would take them into a slideshow of all the photos.
    thanks for the help.

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    make a page with blank html tags (HTML/CSS)
    log on (Serverside)
    load elements with pics from authenticated users' datastore (Serverside)
    onclick javascript call to slideshow (Javascript)

    I code C hash-tag .Net
    Reference: W3C W3CWiki .Net Lib
    Validate: html CSS
    Debug: Chrome FireFox IE

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    And before that, take a four year course in programming and web development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruane19 View Post
    Hi,
    how can i code a website so one person would get there own page and only they can add photos and text. Also,how would i code it so when people would view this and when they clicked on the photos, it would take them into a slideshow of all the photos.
    thanks for the help.
    Hey mate,

    Best thing to do first is learn basic HTML then move onto PHP and then start a little project and build from there.

    To code something like what your after is going to take some time and some database knowledge...

    Hope this is beneficial.

    Thanks,

    Scott


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