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I want to create a website that users can send postcard to their friends, but I dont know what kind of technology I should use. Anyone can help me?Thanks a lot
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I want to create a website that users can send postcard to their friends, but I dont know what kind of technology I should use. Anyone can help me?Thanks a lot
PHP.

You asked in the PHP forum, you should have expected that answer. If users here didn't like PHP they wouldn't be here.

Its a nice project for a PHP newcomer to tackle. You'll get lots of ridicule, but don't give up, after your work is done it is very satisfying.

Start with the major pages you have:

Home Page
Category Page (list of category)
Category View Page (Show cards in a particular cat)
Card View Page (Displays the card to preview it for the sender)
Card Edit Page (Lets user write message, change background, etc)
Card Retrieval (The recepient of the card views the message, via link)

To think about it, its just a SLIGHTLY more complex "contact form",
If you can do a contact form in PHP, you're ready to tackle this. Come back here for help.

Good luck and Happy <Coding>


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