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Thread began 3/19/2009 6:16 pm by ResB | Last modified 1/08/2010 5:49 pm by ResB | 8738 views | 13 replies


Hi all.

I just wanted to say, I got my head down, got involved in a bit of PHP coding and have actually produced a website which has a dynamic news page and a DB of products which the client can manage through their own "admin" section and users can view the products and news as you'd expect.

Nothing more nothing less, just pleased I was able to do it. :) Of course it isn't perfect but this is the first dynamic site for me and someone actually paid me for it. :)

What a great feeling.

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