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Pictures in MySQL

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Hey all,
I'm currently redesigning a website that a friend and I started about a year
ago. It is a daily surf report so when choosing the best script/language to
use for the new design, I found that a mixture of PHP and MySQL would be a
good idea. I have currently set up OmniHTTPd and installed MySQL and PHP
onto my homeserver. I want the site to be set up as follows:

1- I add the report, date and pictures (and amount of pictures possibly...)
to the site through an input form on a secret webpage
2- Visitor enters website and sees the latest report
3- The latest report features the report as well as 2 pictures
4- The visitor can see more pictures by clicking a link which takes the user
to an identical page except with the new pictures (Note. amount of pictures
varies day-to-day)
5- When the user gets to the last 2 pictures, the link to see more pictures
6- The visitor can see past reports by clicking a link which takes them to a
calendar where they can chose the day they want to review

So after setting up the website, the only thing I have to do is the first
step with the rest being handled automatically. Any ideas on how I should do
this? (Note. I can do steps 1, 2 and 3 and I am not too concerned with step
6 yet since I could probably just find a script which could do this for me)

THANK YOU to all those who help me on this one,
- MySQL Newbie (Jake)
Jul 19 '05 #1
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