OK. you have your recordsets.
There are many ways of achieving this, both using just dreamweaver and also using dataassist.
Dataassist is useful in a number of ways, especially in creating groups of pages with interrelated data and with some repeating table layouts.
How you approach this depends on how you want to learn, i love the fact that extensions can do a lot for you in just a few clicks, but i find it even more useful if i know what they are doing.
Anyway, lets take a product page for starters, with a recordset from a single table.
create a new page product.php or whatever, based on your template, and place this in the root folder.
Lets say you have a table called tblproducts.
one way to retrieve all the data from this table is SELECT .... FROM tblproducts, where ... is * or a list of field names.
once this is done, you can simply drag the fields you require on your page, from the bindings panel, and drop them on your page.
this will give you (only) the first row from the recordset.
in order to show more rows, you would need to add a repeat region server behavior.
all of this stuff should be in the dreamweaver help files, and it is good practice to understand the principles, so when you analyse the code that dataassist produces, you understand what is going on
using dataassist, this is quite easy.
choose your recorset, number of rows and columns etc, and select the data you want to insert into the table.
Have a play with it and you'll soon get the hang of it.
Once this is done to your satisfaction, create another page for productdetail using the relevant recordset, which would be filtered by the url variable passed from the product page, so only the relevant product detail can be displayed.
if it helps, here is a link to a visual example of something i am working on.
the product page has a recordset filtered, according to the menu item chosen from 'products', which passes a url variable to the page.
the repeating table is a 3x4 table created using the dataassist repeating table wizard.
if you hover over any item , you will see it is a link to the product detail page, with the relevant itemid (and categoryid) passed as a url parameter.
hope this helps
click a submenu item under 'products'