I'd answer question number 3. Well, it is just about an update section that the administrators will input on the database for updates and event for a company, saying the website has an updated page or simply putting an "event" for the public to know.
Right now, I want to know how get a URL like this: http://www.myhomepage.com/thispage.php?variable1=value_X&?var2=val_Y Using anchor (link) tags, not from form tags. > Yes... > > But, the experts on this list need more info in order to help you out. > > 1. Where are the stories going to come from? If you plant to take news > stories from other sites and use them on your own site, there are > serious legal issues involved. > > 2. If you want to write the stories yourself, or invite visitors to > write your stories, then you probably want a simple content management > system using PHP and MySQL. There are a lot of them about. Google or ask > for recommendations. > > 3. If you'd prefer to make the site yourself in order to learn PHP + > MySQL programming, you can find lots of tutorials. Google PHP Tutorials > and look around. > > Good luck, > > Jeffrey > > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: >> I've got a website using PHP and MySQL. I would like to make a "news >> preview" on the webpage's frontpage with a link to the full story. >> >> Is it possible to use one (1) .PHP file to generate full stories, with >> MySQL involved? >> >> I'm just a newcomer in the world of PHP but I am doing my best in >> reading >> materials for PHP. >> >> Thanks in advance. >> > -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php