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    Okey,can anyone give me some tutorial that says how to create login,register,user interface,admins,adding articles and comments....thanks
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    Which CMS do you want this stuff for? Are you building one from scratch or using a framework?
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    Im building one from scratch...
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    What language are you using - PHP with MySQl or .ASP?

    Sounds like you have not actually done anything yet - what is the eventual use to which this will be put (blog, website, e-commerce) ?

    The more detail you give the better we can help.
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    I just created HTML page for it and I want to create login,register,user interface,admins,adding articles and comments...I dont know PHP or MySQL so thats why Im looking for a tutorial....Its about blog..
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    I think you should learn basic php+mysql first.

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    What Mark Bruce said. Creating this sort of thing is not a project for someone with no programming experience. It's just too complex. You need to start with small stuff, easy stuff, reading the database, writing to the database, that sort of thing...then you can deal with what goes into making a blog.
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