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data assist - front end link to back end

Thread began 3/31/2011 7:37 am by eladgraphics386618 | Last modified 3/31/2011 11:13 am by eladgraphics386618 | 566 views | 1 replies


data assist - front end link to back end


I have gone through data assist and created all the pages for admin and all the page for public and I guess I understand the process. Please direct me to the link where I can find answer to this, Now here is my question.

1. I have copied users table and add to the Items for the database. Is that the right way to do it?

2. How do I link the public with the admin? are these two suppose to be in the same folder? what happen to the same file (i.e items_detail.php for the public and items_detail.php for admin)?

3. When uploading to live server, public's files and admin's files are all going to the same place?

I am new to database and php so please show me where I can find a level 1 explanation from beginning to end.



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