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I am trying to make a website where you are capable of buying things off of it but I do not want to make a new web page for each new product. I was wondering if there was a way of using css to do that or if i have to add a new page for each one?

Also where can i get general coding help/ coding tricks for css and xhtml?
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You have a lot to learn. This requires applications and databases. This goes beyond CSS and XHTML.

Many hosting companies have store type applications so check that. I don't have experience with those. Maybe some who does will talk about those.

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When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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yea thats wat i thought. thanks for the info
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there are also many online step-by-step tutorials and communities out their to help you if you feeling a being a do-it-yourself'er

also craigslist and other boards have a lot of freelancers that are able to do custom cms's for you for a reasonable price.
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