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How to create a book swapping site?

Hello,

I want to create a website which allows students at my college to log in and
list their second hand books for sale. Students would need to log in using
their own individual account, and list the books they have, along with how
much they want to sell them for. All payment would be done offline, so
there would be no need for any online payment facility.

I think PHP / MySQL would be the best approach for this project, but
unfortunately I know very little about either of them. Could anyone please
direct me to useful resources or existing websites so I can see how it is
done?

Many thanks.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"rekrab2000" wrote:
Hello,

I want to create a website which allows students at my college
to log in and
list their second hand books for sale. Students would need to
log in using
their own individual account, and list the books they have,
along with how
much they want to sell them for. All payment would be done
offline, so
there would be no need for any online payment facility.

I think PHP / MySQL would be the best approach for this
project, but
unfortunately I know very little about either of them. Could
anyone please
direct me to useful resources or existing websites so I can
see how it is
done?

Many thanks.


You are talking about a classifieds site. Many scripts can be found
at hotscripts.com.

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