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HTML to PHP newbie question

Thread began 12/10/2014 8:08 am by paulmgillard360368 | Last modified 12/17/2014 12:15 pm by paulmgillard360368 | 1777 views | 11 replies


HTML to PHP newbie question

Hi WebAssist - I've been a website designer since 1996 using DW. I've recently purchased SuperSuite because I want to offer techie solutions to my clients. So recently I have designed another site in HTML using many products from the company ProjectSeven. I've used their stuff for years and am well versed in editing their CSS files. I always use their menu systems and have worked usually with one template across most sites I make. Recently I learnt how to make editable optional regions which I had not used before. The latest site I am designing will need to have a PayPal Donate button, a Contact Form, a CMS and a very basic shop for under three items of merchandise (initially). So at the moment I have made it in HTML and have access to a server that has MySQL and is PHP enabled since it currently runs a WP site and has Joomla on it.

QUESTION: So, to get going on a PHP version of this site (since I guess I am going to have to convert it) best to set about doing this please?
I'd also be interested to hear from other folk who have used P7 extensions and how they got on with making PHP sites using WebAssist SW. For example - did the menus end up being converted to an 'include'? Was this successful?

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