Need a php script to search a database
Posted 14 June 2006 - 12:22 AM
Posted 14 June 2006 - 12:34 AM
You need to start with the basics before asking about all that on your first post, without providing code of your own. Gotta learn to crawl before you can walk. Especially, if you plan to make money out of it. Maybe you can hire one of our many talented programmers in the community. I will happily code it myself...for a nominal fee. 8-)
Other than that....
[a href=\"http://www.php.net\" target=\"_blank\"]http://www.php.net[/a]. <--- Great source for beginners. You can learn a lot by just trial and error...and reading the PHP documentation provided for free.
Start with some basic tutorials...then you'll gradually get the hang of it. There are a number of them here as well. PHP can be a very cool language to pick up.
Posted 14 June 2006 - 01:44 AM
Posted 14 June 2006 - 04:06 AM
if you are looking to run a real estate site, and you are willing to have someone else do it for you.. just so you know, there are already real estate site scripts out there, already made. Of course, most of them cost money. But I have come across one or two that are free.
Please, take the time and do some research and find out how much it would have cost you to get your help from a decent paid-for source. A "roll-of-the-dice" freelancer will charge you $5-$15/hr. A decent entry level freelancer will charge you around $15-30/hr. A professional will charge you anywhere from $50-$100/hr. An agency will charge anywhere from $100-$250/hr. Think about all this when soliciting for help here. Think about how much money you are making from the work you are asking for help on. No, we do not expect you to pay for the help given here, but donating a few bucks is a fraction of the cost of what you would have paid, shows your appreciation, helps motivate people to keep offering help without the pricetag, and helps make this a higher quality free-help community
Posted 15 June 2006 - 01:45 PM
Posted 15 June 2006 - 01:55 PM
Can you share the free scripts with me or I am not opposed to paying for something that works.
There are plenty of tutorials out there anr scripts to help you on your way but for a begginer the best resourse out there for me was PHP & MySQL for Dummies.
Get's you off to a good start then the php.net website don't seem so daunting.
When all else fails - Try reading the manual.
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