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Starting Dynamic Site with CSS templates

Thread began 9/04/2009 2:28 pm by troy385406 | Last modified 9/04/2009 7:04 pm by troy385406 | 533 views | 1 replies


Starting Dynamic Site with CSS templates

I have purchased the dynamic suite for Dreaweaver and am using MAMP
Macintosh/Apace/MySQL/PHP using Mac OSX 10.4.11 Adobe Dreaweaver CS3

1) I have read User Guide and completed the Dynamic Cart tutorial page 5-67

2) I completed Recipe 2 p34-90 for the Database Sales Tax & Shipping tutorial

3) I completed the Database Starter Kit for PHP - Flash Tutorial

4) I have read the pdf for creating & applying Dreaweaver templates

5) Now I would like to start my dynamic site using the Mohab / Slate CSS template
? Do you have step by step guide you can provide me that would help me get this started?
? Are their standard checkout.php, recordset.php, shoppingcart.php etc files that I can use as a template
Thanks for any assitance!

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