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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by CyBerAliEn, Nov 25, 2001.

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  1. CyBerAliEn

    CyBerAliEn Thread Starter

    Nov 25, 2001

    I'm interested in making a program or scripts for my website. Although this is a support page, I was wondering if you could refer me to someone who would be willing to and has the qualifications to do this, I would appreciate it, and yes... I am willing to pay $$$ for it. How much, and when, etc... all depends on final product, etc...

    Basically, I put information in a MS Access database. What I need is a "scripting system" that will allow visitors of my website, to use pages to search for information in the database, and display the information in numerous ways, etc... I'm sure to someone who has done something like this before, could do this quite easily, but I aint no programmer yet.

    My other choice is a program that I manually have to use that takes the information in the database and places it in a HTML document. But for both, I would like a "standard template" that they all use so that they look like the rest of my website, etc...

    I'd like one of the 2, but would prefer both since at the moment my web host doesn't support any of the scripting languages, but will once I get my new web host. For the scripting language, I don't want java. I'd like something reliable and stable for the web-based one, and for the program one, I'd like something stable that runs in windows. More details/etc... can be given to the actual programmer.

    If your interested, or know someone who is, email me and let me know how much you will charge for the 1st part, and how much for the 2nd part and any other information that might persuade me into picking you as the programmer.

    Once again, sorry this isn't a "direct" question.

    Andrew ([email protected])
  2. SavvyLady


    Oct 14, 2001
    I know someone who does this & also has connections to others that does as well. Check your private messages as all I can give you is her e-mail & don't want to do it publicly.
    Savvy :)
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