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    Hi, I dont know if this is the right place to post this or not, so apologies if its not.

    I've got some knowledge of PHP and mySQL and am looking to further that more with a bit of a challenege, im looking at creating a website that will allow me to update pages and upload files from one central area - so basically a CMS. Im essentially, just wondering if anybody knows of any decent tutorials with how to create something similar to what i want. I'd prefer it if the tutorial was in video form, but thats not the end of the world if its not. A few tutorials that ive found aren't the best so i figured i'd try a forum to see if anybody knows of anything thats available on the net.

    if anyone could point me in the right direction of one, that'd be great.

    Thanks!

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    You've tried Google?

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    Actually rather than you reinventing the wheel, you can use any of the existing CMS developed with PHP. There are lots of free CMS frameworks which can help you to build a website within few days (even hours too) like Joomla, Drupal, Wordpress, etc. are the popular one. Try to google them once and see they have plenty of resources, tutorials and examples on how to use/work with them. I hope even you can find some videos.
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    Another option is Kevin Yank's Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site Using PHP & MySQL, 4th Edition. You could use the simple CMS as a starting point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kthxdie View Post
    You've tried Google?
    And obviously Search on this forum.


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