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 11:47 pm on Aug 29, 2013 (gmt 0)

I need some help can someone make me a simple html site with 2 input boxes,
images as background and a script when click on send to add these 2 inputs in a database plz help me

the only thing i have is

INSERT INTO database(
test2, test2
'$input1', '$input2'

but dont know how to get it into the page :(



 11:57 pm on Aug 30, 2013 (gmt 0)

Hi Blubglug, Welcome to WebmasterWorld!

I'll give you the "stock standard" Apache Forum answer -- We don't code for other people here very often, because not only do we not have time since we all have sites we need to work on, it's also better for us to help you learn how to code for yourself -- Something about "teaching people to fish" comes to mind ;)

But, if you post a sample of what you've tried to make things work I'm fairly certain someone [possibly myself if I remember this thread lol] will drop by and give you and hand adjusting what you have rather than doing it for you.

Occasionally, some people code for others if we have time and feel inclined, but it's really better in the long-run for you if we help you adjust what you have tried and help you learn to code for yourself.


 7:36 am on Aug 31, 2013 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld!

Which programming language do you feel the most comfortable with? PHP? Perl? VB/ASP?


 8:10 am on Aug 31, 2013 (gmt 0)

I've got a nasty suspicion the answer to the "Which do you prefer?" question is "HTML" :(

Blubglug, how did you populate your database in the first place? That's a starting point. Another question is: What do you plan to do with the data? Where will it go and how will it be used?

It is sometimes easiest if you can take things out the same way you put them in. So think about the entire package.


 4:23 pm on Aug 31, 2013 (gmt 0)

That's why I was careful to phrase the question in such a way that "HTML" is not a possible answer. My suspicion is that the answer is going to lean towards a PHP solution.

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