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    Question User login, enter data, save, re-edit?

    Here's the boss' orders.

    Create a webpage where users can login through a password (already know how to do that), then go to a page where they can write their own script as they develop it (just text), and log back in any time they'd like and edit it, add to it, etc.

    Is there a simple script that can do this type of action or am i going to have to get into all kinds of PHP, DHTML stuff. I have 2 days to complete the task and don't really have time to go learning a programming laguage... )

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    you'll probably be wanting some server side language + a database...
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    Quote Originally Posted by redux
    you'll probably be wanting some server side language + a database...

    any idea where i can get some help with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikeyguy75
    any idea where i can get some help with that?
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