Many Items On Website

November 27, 2008 at 13:57:21
Specs: WinXP Pro, AMD64 X2 4200/3072
I'm updating the company website. Everything is going well. The only request i'm getting is having a simple way to upload a picture of an item along with some text and pricing then submit it to the site instead of them having to learn/use Dreamweaver.

Even if software has to be bought, it's still nice to know it's possible. Thanks.

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#1
November 28, 2008 at 20:50:16
Does the site offer server side scripting support - php, perl, asp? How about a database?

It shouldn't be too difficult to create a form that will handle those three features, but the site would need some way of generating a page once it's uploaded.


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#2
November 29, 2008 at 07:52:29
That's a very good question. I'm using 1and1 as my host.

Features

that should bring you to all the features it offers and hopefully answer your question.

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AMD64 X2 4200 @2.5Ghz
Corsair 3Gig Dual-Channel 2x512 2x1gig
MSI Radeon x800 PCI-E
Seagate 160Gig SATA
Seagate 320Gig SATA
External 1T


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#3
March 16, 2009 at 14:57:04
Hi, one of the easiest ways to enable non-technical users to upload/maintain/publish content to a website is to set up a CMS (Content Management System) for your site. You could write your own version, or opt for a pre-packed or hosted CMS solution.

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