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stlbues

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User Login functionality to include:
Self-registration
Self-Activation
Self-modification of account
Lost/forgotten password functionality
Client upload capability
Calendar creation
Calendar modification functionality
Creation of database table(s)
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juber0

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Hello and Welcome

Exactly what do you need to get done? Most if not all of these can be created using SQL. Now, im almost positive noone will create you a database, as this is a help forum. This looks as thought it is a forum type database. Do you know any Sql?

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Hai Mac

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Hello stlbues,
I'll give you an advice. Unless you have a lot of time and are quite experienced in php and mysql, I would recommend you either phpbb if you are aiming at a forum or drupal if you want a community based web, with accounts, calendar, +forum support etc.

If you choose drupal, I can give you further help, it's installation is bit clumsier than for phpbb, but has a wide range of functionalities.

But the decision is yours :tazz:

Edited by Hai Mac, 11 February 2006 - 05:50 AM.

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i had the exact same question. i have a web site and i am trying to create a thing where the user has to sign up and will have his own password and username. i decided to download the drupal program. can you offer me any assistance with setting it up?
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