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    I've tried to do something in Dreamweaver, but my skills are too limited. If any of you could point me to a site where I could download a file template, I'd be grateful.

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    What's Dreamweaver?

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    Dreamweaver is web design and production software produced by Macromedia.

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    I am using Appleworks 6 to create my database of plants. You can use Microsoft Works, File Maker Pro Server, or Microsoft Access to do the same thing. Access and File Maker Pro Server are much more powerfull than Appleworks or Microsoft Works. MySQL can also be used to create a database, but requires a bit more knowledge about databases to use.

    Access, Filemaker Pro Server, and MySQL will allow web based databases if programmed to do so. However, you need a dedicated server to run these. Apple works and Microsoft Works do not allow web access.

    Oh, and if you are really good, you can use Java or Javascript. Java would be easier for maintaining a large database, Javascript might be a bit more complicated for larger lists.

    A suggestion for the database, I posted above, was to make the images larger. Well, here is a revised copy.



    If someone wants to attempt to try a template of the above, click here to download a copy. This is in Appleworks 5 format. Newer versions of Microsoft Works and Microsoft Office should open this.
    Hope that helps [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img]
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    Thanks, I'll give it a try in Works, I guess.

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    Thanks for the effort, Nick. I really like the style, and I'm sure my wife can get something like that done in Works. It looks like your server doesn't want you to send it out.

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    You know... that kinda stinks that it will not let me post files for download. I pay for that space and server usage. Oh well, guess thats what happens when people abuse things [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]

    Hey, save the link as a file. It will let you download the link. I guess that would be a right click, save as, or something like that on windows.
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