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hi Guys,

i am doing a web project at the moment and my client wants to be able to have a login whereby as admin he can change some of the pages (maybe one or two). Now i learnt how to do this quickly using PHP and MySQL databases but i've forgot close to all. I am using Dreamweaver MX (not 2004) and by the way whats that common GUI for MySQL that most hosting packages allow? well i used that to create the databases. My question, lol was if any of you guys knew a tutorial on the internet with my specifications - a short and easy to understand tutorial ?

oh and one more thing the site 'layout' is at
http://www.ebesign.co.nz/temp2/
please give me feedback on images/ rollovers/ placement/ color
and LOGO the client gave me the stinkin logo , what can i do? you shoulda seen the colors it came with..eww

Design2
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Some places to start...

First 4 pages deal with installation; jump to pg 5.
http://webmonkey.wired.com/webmonkey/99/21/index2a.html

http://www.freewebmasterhelp.com/tutorials/phpmysql

Those are just some places to start.

phpmyadmin is most likely what you were thinking of for mysql admin. As for how-tos, search on passing a simple query to a database and printing the returned data. From there, it's just a matter of modifying the query to your needs and properly handling the returned data. Examples of queries are readily available with some google searching. I would post some php samples but I haven't gotten all my stuff off of my PC yet.
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I just grabbed one of my scripts from my PC. Shoot me a PM with your email address and I'll send it your way. It has just about everything you should need to do what you need.

-jay
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phpmyadmin thats it. ok i will PM ya.
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