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what do i need to create a php/asp driven website?

trying to set up a local job search website and would like it to have this feature. is this something i can do myself? if not, how much would a webmaster charge me to build the site?

Asked By: what's the point - 7/31/2007
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In the creation of such a website, you'll need a website and a database, with a scripting language to interface between the website and database... More
Answered By: ac - 7/31/2007
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If you have some programming experience, this is easily something you can do on your own... More
Answered By: kryzchek79 - 7/31/2007
 
Webmasters charge high rates ($25/hour is absolute lowest). You can pick up a couple books to self teach. In terms of computing systems, you can find cheap space online (not free, but cheap), or you can host it on your own system. Ensuring your system is stable and secure can be difficult if you aren't familiar with... More
Answered By: Rob - 7/31/2007
 
If you're not a programmer and have some time(1-3 months) you should use the site as a great way to learn web development... More
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Answered By: Yeah - 7/31/2007
 
It can cost you maximum $100. You can contact web programmer at websites like http://getafreelnacer.com/ Do not pay before the work is completed.
Answered By: Homework Help - 8/1/2007
 
I can help http://onlyfor7dollar.com just join and request. if you don't have domain and hosting yet, you can also get from http://onlyfor7dollar.com/lifetimehosting.php
Answered By: onlyfor7dollar - 8/1/2007
 
I've been using the Webstarts Editor for some time now. With it's ease of use and straight forward 'What you see is what you get' functionality, I have been able to maintain complete control over my own website. Something that I was unable to do before making the switch to Webstarts... More
Answered By: Certified.Solution.Provider - 8/2/2007
 
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