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Old 06-04-2009, 04:42 PM   #1
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I had a potential client inquire about a website for her church today. It's just a basic informative site for it, but they would like to have a way to let parents/teens register for events and such. I was wondering how much is involved in this. I only know HTML, but am willing to learn a bit. Would this involve SQL or a database or something? ...most importantly, would it be very difficult?
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It's software related and no one hardly frequents the web programming board anyways. If the mods want to move it, that's fine. I should have included that I have CS3...that along with notepad for standard HTML stuff.
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http://www.emailmeform.com/
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You are amazing. I will take a look at that! Thank you!
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Just do a google search on "Freeware HTML Form Builder" and you'll find heaps more
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Just do a google search on "Freeware HTML Form Builder" and you'll find heaps more
I guess I just had the idea that forms had to be hand done and done with some type of database. But..yay!
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this is the wrong board, but I'll leave it here anyway.
you'd have had responses if you posted here http://www.computerforums.org/forumdisplay.php?f=8

anyway, you only need a database if you plan to store things on the server,
so a form to email things to you doesn't need a database.

that said you can create comments pages that don't need a database as well.

however, if you;re emailing things then you;re relying on someone being on the other end checking the emails and actually writing names down.
same with if you have a form that'll just create a text page on the server. someone will have to check this...

if you use a database you;d be able to store and retrieve the information online, so this may be the best way to go, though will be technically more difficult.
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