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hey you guys,

I'm currently building my own website, and due to the large amount of content that has to be uploaded to it, I developed a method to use other programs to write the source code instead of doing it all manually. The types of code that are required for my site are HTML, CSS, Javascript and PHP/MYSQL. I've made very good use of Excel, Notepad and the Eclipse IDE for PHP (Eclipse is available for many other languages too). If you're a web developer or are thinking about getting into the web development game, the attached files could possibly be useful to you. The single files attached (TXTs and ZIPs) are some that I am currently using to make the development process easier. The zip folder called "website-dev-prep-tools" that's attached includes everything I'm currently using, which is one excel program, a few text file HTML-code templates, and a couple other tools. I posted this thread in case our members or guests are curious about how web development works, and if they feel intimidated or overwhelmed by the thought of doing the work, they might find these tools to be a useful guide to how easy it really can be with a good attitude and perseverance. When I started this project, I had written only a minimal amount of CSS code for the websites I manage. I have no creativity whatsoever. I can only draw stick people!

But at any rate, any feedback on this is certainly welcome. I hope this can be useful to our future visitors! =)
 

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Maybe I am missing something here...

If you have a website that uses MYSQL on the back end, why are you not simply exporting the data from Access to a CVS and importing it into the MYSQL database? Or even better, in Access use linked tables to the MYSQL database and "push" the data in the MYSQL database.

Are you using PHP OOP + MVC design pattern with bootstrap for templating?
 

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Are you using PHP OOP + MVC design pattern with bootstrap for templating?
I write from scratch, sir. I don't use corporate tools. and that includes bootstrap. even though BS is not technically "corporate"
 

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I write from scratch, sir. I don't use corporate tools. and that includes bootstrap. even though BS is not technically "corporate"
But why though? Don't take me wrong, i used to play around with html and css quite a bit myself, but once you are actually trying to accomplish anything other than just a static page, it becomes unnecessarily complicated and time consuming, does it not?
 

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@vba_php is not with us any more. So he can not answer your question.

I hope one of admins/mods lock this thread.
 

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Many times. I believe the last was a permanent ban.
When I saw his picture pop up on "What's New", for a second, I thought that he was back :eek:.
Then I realised it was just his ghostly spirit reappearing:alien:
Me too :), my heart sank. :(
 
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