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Photo Gallery w/ admin

Thread began 12/11/2012 3:34 pm by jamie.ghio444407 | Last modified 12/17/2012 1:17 pm by jamie.ghio444407 | 774 views | 5 replies


Okay, so I have done the following and am stuck...
1. Create DB with 2 tables. Albums and photos with id from album table linking to alb_id in the photos table.
2. Define a php site in DW.
3. Create a php file and open it.

Now this is where Im stuck. You said "For the Admin section, you would use Data Bridge to create pages to manage the Gallery" but I dont get what part of data bride do I use?

If I were doing it by hand I would create a repeating Div with a dynamic image based on a recordset with a link to the pics for adding and deleting etc. But I'm lost on how Databridge can magically create my admin ... I'm sure this is partly because I'm still figuring out what works with what. Or maybe I should be using form builder?

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