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Dynamic Web Pages based on user choices

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Hi, I am web Developer at Housing in Fresno State,

And we have this requirements:-----

1) 1st we need one web page in which you choose the different Options like Do you want to live in Community Style Hall or Suites Style

Community Style or Suites

2) Ok if you choose Suites - now you choose again do you want the 1 bed room - 2 bed room or 3 bed room.

3) Similarly - do you want to choose Meal plan - 10 flex - 14 flex or others...

When they Click Submit - I want to show users that ater making all those choice -- this is how their plan is going to be and this is howmuch they will be charged according to their selections.

I hope you guys understand the requirements. Please help me - how am i gonna do this ---- I want this ASAP. so please help me and show me any quick way to do this.

I would Appreciate it.......

Thanks,
Harsh
Jun 22 '07 #1
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blazedaces
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Hi, I am web Developer at Housing in Fresno State,

And we have this requirements:-----

1) 1st we need one web page in which you choose the different Options like Do you want to live in Community Style Hall or Suites Style

Community Style or Suites

2) Ok if you choose Suites - now you choose again do you want the 1 bed room - 2 bed room or 3 bed room.

3) Similarly - do you want to choose Meal plan - 10 flex - 14 flex or others...

When they Click Submit - I want to show users that ater making all those choice -- this is how their plan is going to be and this is howmuch they will be charged according to their selections.

I hope you guys understand the requirements. Please help me - how am i gonna do this ---- I want this ASAP. so please help me and show me any quick way to do this.

I would Appreciate it.......

Thanks,
Harsh
What?! What have you done so far?

A few things you should know:

First of all, we're not supposed to just give you code, we're supposed to help answer questions after you've done most of your own work and maybe are stuck a problem/error in your code. Please refer to the posting guidelines on the FAQ part of the website...

Secondly, does this even need java? It sounds like it might even be able to avoid it all together, but it depends what else you want to do...

Thank you, and good luck with your project,

-blazed
Jun 22 '07 #2

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Hi, I am web Developer at Housing in Fresno State,

And we have this requirements:-----

1) 1st we need one web page in which you choose the different Options like Do you want to live in Community Style Hall or Suites Style

Community Style or Suites

2) Ok if you choose Suites - now you choose again do you want the 1 bed room - 2 bed room or 3 bed room.

3) Similarly - do you want to choose Meal plan - 10 flex - 14 flex or others...

When they Click Submit - I want to show users that ater making all those choice -- this is how their plan is going to be and this is howmuch they will be charged according to their selections.

I hope you guys understand the requirements. Please help me - how am i gonna do this ---- I want this ASAP. so please help me and show me any quick way to do this.

I would Appreciate it.......

Thanks,
Harsh
Moved to a web related forum .
Jun 22 '07 #3

acoder
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Please remember to provide a meaningful Title for any threads started (Please Use Appropriate Titles for New Threads). I've changed yours for you.

This helps to ensure that other members, and also the general public, will have a better chance of finding answers to any similar questions.

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Jun 22 '07 #4

acoder
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Since you're a web developer, I'm sure you've made a start on this. What code o you have so far? Please post code using code tags.
Jun 22 '07 #5

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I am web designer - but i dont have any code yet, I am trying to find where to start,

I started reading php. and ASP but so far i dont know. Can you give me direction where to start to finish this project ASAP.

Thanks,
Harsh
Jun 22 '07 #6

acoder
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You will definitely need a server-side language such as PHP or ASP.

Here we'll deal with the Javascript aspect. Do you need all of these user choices on one page or do you want to go through a number of pages?

You could start with a few nice and simple easy tutorials to get you started (e.g. W3Schools.
Jun 22 '07 #7

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You will definitely need a server-side language such as PHP or ASP.

Here we'll deal with the Javascript aspect. Do you need all of these user choices on one page or do you want to go through a number of pages?

You could start with a few nice and simple easy tutorials to get you started (e.g. W3Schools.
Thanks, I started learning PHP now,

I want to Have all choices in one page - plus I want to show the result on the same page also.

Please advise,

Thanks,
Harsh
Jun 23 '07 #8

acoder
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I want to Have all choices in one page - plus I want to show the result on the same page also.
In that case, you will need to learn Ajax. There's a tutorial on the W3Schools site. You can also find some in the Offsite Links thread (see top of this forum). Alternatively, you could use a framework/library which does everything for you, but then there's no fun in that!
Jun 23 '07 #9

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In that case, you will need to learn Ajax. There's a tutorial on the W3Schools site. You can also find some in the Offsite Links thread (see top of this forum). Alternatively, you could use a framework/library which does everything for you, but then there's no fun in that!

You are Awesome - - You Know that ?

I started learning AJAX today - - - trying to finish couple of tutorial

Thanks,
Harsh

(I will never give up)
Jun 26 '07 #10

acoder
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You are Awesome - - You Know that ?
No, I didn't know that! Thanks *blush*
(I will never give up)
That's the spirit!
Jun 26 '07 #11

gregerly
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In that case, you will need to learn Ajax. There's a tutorial on the W3Schools site. You can also find some in the Offsite Links thread (see top of this forum). Alternatively, you could use a framework/library which does everything for you, but then there's no fun in that!
I would disagree on the fact that using a library/framework is no fun! I wrote my own AJAX requests in the beginning to learn how it works, but now I'm so thankful for the prototype library as it's a HUGE time saver, and so clean. You are right, that you should write your own code in the beginning, but there is nothing wrong with NOT reinventing the wheel, and using a library.

my 2 cents.

Greg
Jul 20 '07 #12

acoder
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I would disagree on the fact that using a library/framework is no fun! I wrote my own AJAX requests in the beginning to learn how it works, but now I'm so thankful for the prototype library as it's a HUGE time saver, and so clean. You are right, that you should write your own code in the beginning, but there is nothing wrong with NOT reinventing the wheel, and using a library.
Yes, that's what I meant - at the beginning. Thanks for a different perspective though.
Jul 31 '07 #13

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