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MS-Access, XHTML and Website

By tptbusines_98 ·
How are you doing today?
I am building and designing my 1st website.
I am using XHTML with the HTML Development Kit, with Windows XP SP3.
I want to link a database (MS-Access 2003), or part of my database with the login and registration page of my website. I want the data of the login and registration page to be save in the database. Also, I want the data in the database to be available for the "web" for individuals with admin rights.

Can/will someone point me to some examples or samples of what I am trying to do.

Let me know.

I look forward to working with you...

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asp.net might help out

by papab30 In reply to MS-Access, XHTML and Webs ...

You can find answers to all of your questions here. http://www.asp.net/web-forms

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Don't want much do you....

by Tony Hopkinson In reply to MS-Access, XHTML and Webs ...

Start here http://www.w3schools.com/
Learn the basics first, which means start simple.
Home page, login and log out

Pay special attention to security, not necessarily because you are doing something valuable and secret, but learn good habits.

If you start googling about you will see alll sorts of samples of how to do these things, most of which are wrong or stoopid.

Strange tech stack you've picked. Visual Studio with asp.net and sql server, at least it's this century....
Access even with a web front end will conk out under serious use, a guy who knows (not me) reckons about 50 users.
I recomend learning with better tools, and then you'll be able to cope with poorer choices, the other way round rarely works.

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