PHP and MySQL go together hand-in-hand to do what you want.

ASP and PHP are equally easy for what you want, but PHP has way more
features and 3rd party support, and runs on a stable platform...

If you plan on sticking with Win98/2K, though, and never expect to move to a
stable Un*x environment, it's a toss-up.

Check out a few scripts and see how they look to you.

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----- Original Message -----
From: Radith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Newsgroups: php.general
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2001 9:41 PM
Subject: Newbie But Urgent

> I am finished working with the html and css levels and want to take my
> design to the next level. I realize that JS is getting outdated and many
> technologies have started popping up. I do want a database driven site. I
> running Windows and have both the 98 and 2000 versions. There's one main
> thing i want to accomplish w/ either php or asp:
> I want a system where users can join our site by means of filling out a
> and submitting it, which generates the username and password to be placed
> into a databse (mayb other info.). Then the next time they visit the site
> they can login via the database.
> Now i know this is possible with both php and asp, but which is easier.
> i have a plan of using php and mysql, and learning these by means of this
> book: PHP and MySQL Web Development. (ISBN: 0672317842)
> Although 1 book may cover both technologies, i am simply looking for
> simplicity, which technology will be easier to accomplish this task.
> Thanx for all ur help.

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