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irishgirl
Posted: 01/20/2004, 12:45 PM

hello,
I hope somebody can help...., i am compleley new to web design, but i have a lot of programming experience using vba/excell. I have instaleled codecharge studio, and and using php to talk to a database. I have a basic html page, that i want to use as my main page. Baiscally, i need to know fo somebody has done anything similar, and if so, if they can upload it, so i can use it as a starting point for my project.

what i need on the page is, aprox 5 buttons on the left hand side, i.e. who we are, service, fag etc. Plus, a login button. When each button is clicked, i want the text on the center of the screen to change,, but the buttons to stay the same. Then i want one of the buttons to be a login button, and then the user will be shown a login screen. ca anybody help ior get em started???? please help me if u can....


man thanks.......
lvalverdeb

Posts: 299
Posted: 01/21/2004, 6:03 AM

I would suggest you start by creating a CCS project using a template from the solutions suite. Personally, I found that these sample sites were the best and fastest method for climbing up that proverbial learning curve. In your case, I would suggest you start by checking out the "Portal" sample solution as it has some of the features you require e.g. login page, dynamic content, etc.

I hope this helps.

Luis

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Nicole

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Posted: 01/26/2004, 5:15 AM

Hello,
I suggest that you go through the CCS ‘Task Manager’ tutorial. It let you to learn all the basic CCS features

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