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niko_gt 01-13-2006 07:53 PM

web programming
 
i need to know how hard it is to do some programming for a website,

its for a school project im doing in marketing, and i want to actually go ahead and create the site (if its at all possible by myself)

I want to create something similar to webct (for those who dont know what webct is...)

i need to be able to program user names, and passwords, and have seperate accoutns for ppl to log in, to view a public bulletin board sort of.. what kind of programming is needed for something like that, kind of like a forum board. but very basic / simple

is it all technical, or are there programs out there, that are easy to use..

or is something u'd pay someone to do?

if thats the case, is anyone here capable of doing such programming?

Betray 01-13-2006 07:57 PM

you will need to learn php, or vb.net. (other shit available too). its no easy task if you dont have a programming background

niko_gt 01-13-2006 08:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Betray
you will need to learn php, or vb.net. (other shit available too). its no easy task if you dont have a programming background

ive done some programming in the past, nothing web based tho, I dont know wether i should pick up a textbook and start reading or just pay someone to do it

any suggestions

last programming i did was highschool visual basic and cbasic or something i dont even remember what it was called lol

Betray 01-13-2006 08:58 PM

you might be better off paying somone for security reasons then :S

notjoe 01-13-2006 09:26 PM

Your best bet is php with mysql for the backend instead of using text(flat)files.

Axxe 01-13-2006 09:53 PM

vb.net is a pretty universal language. A good start.

niko_gt 01-14-2006 04:16 AM

hmm, i guess theres no software thats just point and click... does anyone know any web-programmers? or taking any courses at the moment?

SickFinga 01-14-2006 04:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by niko_gt
hmm, i guess theres no software thats just point and click... does anyone know any web-programmers? or taking any courses at the moment?

Tells us exaclty what you need. There are tonns of ready to go engines built already that you might be able to use, or do YOU have to create the system yourself?

jstalin 01-14-2006 10:34 AM

PHP is your best bet, it's free and easy to learn & supported by all servers. VB is shit


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