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Confusing title, I know, but I wanted to make it easy on any searches in the future.

Alright, I currently have a website (www.digitalmemorieshome.com) which was made with iWeb and hosted by .Mac. I am displeased with the performance of the website and the lack of features (no user interaction) with .Mac and was thinking of moving to DreamHost and remaking the website from scratch.

Now, since it's a wedding videography business, I'd like the potential clients to be able to check what dates are booked and what dates are free. I'm assuming for this, I'd need a database with a calendar of some sort.

1. What would you recommend doing for the database backend of the site?
2. Are there any scripts that would help me in this?
3. Does DreamHost allow user interaction with PHP scripts and the like? (unlike .Mac)
4. What is your favorite color?

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Dreamhost has built in calendar add-ons that you could use for this

http://www.k5n.us/webcalendar.php is available as a one click install...or you could find your own PHP calendar to use

Don't forget to use the new User Reputation System
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2. that webcalendar that monkey was showing looks pretty good
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