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I am in the process of revamping a meal planning (business) website. I have used Yahoo Sitebuilder in the past, but am open to any other WYSIWYG type software to include Dreamweaver and Frontpage. Let me first say that my "users" will be logging in to a members section.

My service will offer 7 entrees/sides. I would like for members to be able to select a meal and have the ingredients flow to a (printable) shopping list. Alternatively, I could have them select a meal(s) to delete off a shopping list that would originally include all. My thoughts are to code each meal/side for easy addition or removal.

Can anyone offer even a direction to head in to figure this out? I'm not even sure I can just hire a developer to do this for me since it will need to flow/operate in conjunction with a WYSIWYG software.

Any help would be hugely appreciated!
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