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    Hello all, I am a beginner web designer, I have my associates degree in Multi-Media Web Design and I just found another client who wants a site. I recently created Farmington River Tubing but this was a very easy static site.

    I can do everything he needs except for one thing. The Website is for his real-estate company and he needs to me to be able to pull from another website listings for houses for sale. There is this one website that all the realtors use and they all pull information from it for their websites.

    Is this tough to do? I never learned how to do this in school, I only learned PHP and making E-Commerce sites, I have a feeling i need to use ASP for this but hoping their is a simpler way.

    Thanks.
    Mike

    I was hoping someone could maybe get me started with an example, where I can change around some of the variables and fields?

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    Well the easiest way to do it with almost no coding is an iframe, not the best way mind you.

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    Depends on how the site with the data has the information. Most likely they have an API and/or an RSS / XML feed you can use. Talk to the site and they'll help you out. Most likely the data isn't free.
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    Ok great, I'll try to contact the site and let you know...
    I really need this site!

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    I think I found it...
    Does this look right?


    Resources > Data Feed
    IDX and Data Feeds
    IDX enables you to download listings and pictures of other brokers to your web site. Visitors to your site who search for properties find better data and stay longer.


    RETS Feed

    Available by request, RETS feeds use the Real Estate Transaction Specification v1.7.2 to power your system. If you would like to apply for a RETS feed, contact CTMLS


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