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    i feel quite confident when it comes to webdesign in genral but the database thing i just cant get my head round :-s.

    any way i was just wondering if anyone could help me. the thing is i just get confused when i come to setting up a database for my site how do i do it ? hope this makes sense thanks

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    ok so my host is uneedawebsite.com and i ws wondering if anyone knew what i would put as my $dbServer = "localhost"; as all the sql are already installed on the server ? thanks 4 any help

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    Can't answer your first question because I have no idea what the site is about. So there's no possible way to suggest a possible database structure. What kind of data are you looking to manage?

    As to the second question, more often than not you just keep it as localhost.

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    Yes we cannot answer your question, for one we do not know what database system you have in mind (ACCESS, MySQL, Oracle, so on..)

    The good news is, once we know we will be able to help, or once you know your proposed database system you could search for tutorials yourself.


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