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    I am making a website for my one. In which I am trying to move preview of posts into next page automatically after a limited number of previews in home page. And that next page will be directed by the page numbers in the bottom of the site. Just like in http://psd.tutsplus.com/. When they post a new tutorial then the last one in the home page automatically leaves its place and automatically goes back to next page instead of getting a step down. Please anyone kind webdeveloper fren help me to code that.

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    You'll need a server-side programming language and a database to do that.

    Now, which one is right for you will depend on everything you're ultimately going to accomplish, but there are several options for a server-side programming language (e.g. PHP, ASP.NET, ASP, Ruby on Rails, Java) and several for a database (e.g. MySQL, SQL Server, Access, Oracle).

    You'll need to do some research and figure out what's right for you and what you're ultimately trying to accomplish. You won't find code as such for what you're doing because it will be application-specific.
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    I think LAMP ( Linux OS , Apache HTTP server, MySQL Database server and PHP ) is a suitable combination for such web solutions. You can also check xoops.org for reference which is an open source CMS and can be customized accordingly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Billy, post: 226999
    I think LAMP ( Linux OS , Apache HTTP server, MySQL Database server and PHP ) is a suitable combination for such web solutions. You can also check xoops.org for reference which is an open source CMS and can be customized accordingly.
    LAMP is a virtual server environment for testing dynamic web code on your own computer. It has nothing to do with what Ashok was asking about, except to possibly give him the ability to test his site before uploading it.
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    I used to find it kind of entertaining when I read people's post that had nothing to do with the OP's original question, now I find it irritating, especially when it's from someone that has posted more than a handful of post.

    They probably still don't realize this is a "no follow" forum.

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    Back to the OP, I actually did this years ago with a MS Access DB and some creative macros.

    A document control system that the client wanted to maintain and manage the content ( this was way before content management systems as we know them today ),

    The client would create documents,'place them in a specific folder, then update the DB with control number, area assigned, document title and a few other identifiers, etc ), then I had a macro that would run and generate and publish the group of pages that linked to the documents and allowed the user to search, sort, ect.

    Ther were roughly 200 pages to this system, but it usually took about 3 minutes to completely generate all of the pages linked together as static pages for their local intranet.

    About 4 years ago, I re-created the same system using ASP and a mysql DB. One table just for all the links ( that send the actual queries as session variables ), the user only needs to edit or add to the DB and upload the document.. Everything else is dynamic.

    The whole system is run by 2 pages or code.


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