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808smokey

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Totally lost...

 

Can someone please point me in the right direction? I'm completly new to online stores. I've got my site up, kinda, still in the works.

 

It's www.aplus-computersonline.com and I'm trying get this going.

 

I would like to:

setup the shopping cart, Not sure how to do that?

setup a dynamic page in Dreamweaver 2004MX, I read the tutorials in the program but they don't explain much of anything.

 

Please I need your help everyone. Any thoughts... I can't afford to go to a school or pay a web design to do the database for me, they quoted $1,000 up front to just start it :angry:

 

Thanks a million

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OK, it's one of those nights...

 

Am I the only helper around?

 

What operating system is the server running?

Do you have an ftp program and know how to use it?

Do you know the name of your database and the database server?

Do you know your user name and password for the database?

Local: Mac OS X 10.5.8 - Apache 2.2/php 5.3.0/MySQL 5.4.10 • Web Servers: Linux

Tools: BBEdit, Coda, Versions (Subversion), Sequel Pro (db management)

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OK, it's one of those nights...

 

Am I the only helper around?

 

What operating system is the server running? LINUX

Do you have an ftp program and know how to use it? YES (Dreamweaver MX2004 has FTP capabilities.

 

Do you know the name of your database and the database server? Yes, I made a blank data base called aplusc2_catalog.

 

Do you know your user name and password for the database? Yes

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Thanks AlanR

 

Now I can't get the stupid thing to install. I keep getting an unknown host error. LOL I call tech support tomorrow. I had the same problem earlier today with DW2004, I typed it in verbatum as the tech told me and it still didn't work. He finally got it up from his end.

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