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Create my own personalized portfolio

Thread began 3/25/2013 2:16 pm by Jonas | Last modified 3/28/2013 2:21 pm by Jonas | 742 views | 7 replies

Jonas

Create my own personalized portfolio

I'm looking to create my own personal portfolio website.
But I am not sure how I will do.

Any product that I want to show-has multiple images, much like a gallery.


I was going to create a dynamic navigation based on categorys where the submenu shows the products. Doing this is no problem.


I was thinking to do four tables: Category, Customer, Product and Images.


Each product displays a number of smaller images. When the user selects one of these, it will appear as a larger image in a different area on the same page.


My first question is if I'm thinking right about the tables' contents.


Categories
id
Name

Customer
id
Name

Product
id
Name
idCategory
idCustomer

Images
id
Name
idProduct

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