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  1. #1
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    Hello,

    I'm currently working on a project for an estate agent who wants to set up an online portfolio of properties.

    The site will be simple, just a display gallery with images and text, so what would be the best way to set it up so that he could add properties to the site on a daily basis?

    Thanks very much,

    Adam Dalton

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    Adam,

    This is done using PHP and MySQL.

    It could be as simple as finding (or creating) a script where a logged-in person
    could add/edit/delete properties ... or you could find an existing script and
    customize it.

    Another thought is to use a CMS type of script, like WordPress.

    You didn't post this in the PHP section of the forum, so I'm guessing you
    don't know PHP. You could hire a freelancer programmer to do the back-end
    scripting for you. It wouldn't cost very much.


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    Senior Member Dorky's Avatar
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    i have a script i can share part of but it is in php no database required, it uses your existing folders. if you are interested that is.

    while($get_it !== true){ continue; }

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    create an admin section for the site with what changes they need.. but you need to write code for it !!!!!

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    I would also suggest wordpress here

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    Senior Member Danny[MLWA]'s Avatar
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    Wordpress (for commenting on articles),
    MediaWiki (for allowing the client to edit the entire page),
    or Coppermine (For allowing comments and adding images)

    All work well with images and allowing for user/client input.
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