Site design for dynamic website of 100 pages

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hi guys,

Where i will get sample dynamic data driven website or steps to create dynamic data driven website.

I am planning to design a portal of more than 150 pages. i also have the following queries.

1) Which is best asp/sql server or php/mysql?
2) how can i design the database for dynamic content manipulation
3) table design for dynamic menu
4) Excelent css tutorial for dynamic data driven website.
5) How i can maintain the content of the website.
6) How i can maintain the images of the website.

thanks in advance
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Don't be so lazy.


http://www.google.com
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Hi Raj,

Please don't cross post the same topics in mutliple forums. I deleted the post in the general forum as this one is the more appropriate location.

You might want to consider looking into some of the open source content management systems that are available. Most of these use PHP/MySQL, but some may work with other databases. You can browse through a list of them and try out some demos on this site:

http://www.opensourcecms.com/index.php

As far as which language/database you should use that is really a matter of personal preference, although I prefer PHP/MySQL as both are open source and can be downloaded for free along with Apache web server so you can set them up on your own computer and test them out locally.

I'm not an expert on database design, so I can't help you there.

I'm not sure what you mean by dynamic menu, but I use css to create a highlighting effect on my menus and many people use javascript image rollovers. You can find more about those by searching Google.

The best CSS tutorial is the one at W3Schools:

http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp

How you maintain the content will depend on how your site is setup. Check out some of the demos in the first link I gave you. They have sample administration sections that you can try out.

Most people use Adobe Photoshop for the images, but I'm not a graphics expert, so I can't really advise you there.
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Your so fortunate RichB is much nicer than I am.

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