Do we need another database in addition to the CMS to accomplish this? Can you help a non-developer understand. Can you help me explain it properly? [more inside]
I am curious about the process of scaling a website from a small, shared hosting site all the way up to "one of the biggest 10 sites on the Internet" scale. I've heard terms like "dedicated hosting," "sharding the database" etc., but I'm sure there's a lot more that I haven't heard about. What changes on the backend through this process, and is there a typical order that those changes occur?
Web developers: My university research lab wants to drag our website out of 1998 to a more easy-to-maintain and attractive design. We're tending towards using Wordpress, mostly for its large install base and plugin market. However our website won't follow the typical blog page/post format that Wordpress seems to support by default - it's more like a library with inter-related content types. Something like this is beautiful but probably out of our budget. Those with Wordpress experience, what default features should we try to use? Or is there a plugin / theme that does what we want already? [more inside]
I want to create an intra-company website for my co-workers to rate/review widgets. It will not be a commercial venture. Is there is a free or free-ish way to do this? [more inside]
I'm looking for some guidance in my quest to enter a moderate amount of information into a database, and then choose an appropriate front-end to display that data with a small array of filters and search options. The project is not complicated; I mostly want to avoid wasting time learning things the hard way (in contrast to my usual style). [more inside]
What's the easiest, most secure way to move this SQL database and its browser-based front end online? [more inside]
What's the best way to handle an electronic signature on a website-hosted submission form? [more inside]
Help me make a website which is a database, without writing a whole new CMS. [more inside]
Asking-for-a-friend-filter: my friend is doing Bachelor's in Computer Science and has a final year project to the tune of 'website with database'. He doesn't want to make something as generic as a regular shopping website; so any interesting, offbeat ideas for database websites would be more than welcome. Catch: Shouldn't be very difficult. And should be SFW.
Bring this dinosaur web developer back to the future! [more inside]
What script/code/technique would you use to make a project based personal checklist site that can scale upwards easily. [more inside]
Researching issues surrounding websites with a database backend. Would really appreciate some pointers to get started - any recommendations on books/websites about website databases? [more inside]
I have an idea for a web site: a user-created database of where one can buy things in a part of the world where unusual items can be hard to find. What kind of software would power such a site? [more inside]
Do you know some sort of online database of books where you can make a profile and compile a list of what you've read? (more explanation) [more inside]
What would the rough cost (as time x rate) for developing a database for basic environmental data (temperature, water level, fish counts) and metadata (site, date, time) with an online form for volunteer data entry? [more inside]
Are there any Access-like tools for building data access pages in a web+sql format? [more inside]
What CMS would you recommend for my podcast company? [more inside]
What would you say is the best way to have 10 domains access one database? [more inside]
An 800 item database driven site in PHP and MySQL? Am I crazy? [more inside]
Complete database newbie. I have raw information in the form of text, numbers and photos. This stuff will eventually be fed to users on a web site. I am in the information-collection phase now. What's the best way to collect and format the data so it has the easiest possible path into a database that will serve the web site? [more inside]
MusicResourceFilter: Are there any alternatives to allmusic.com that has as comprehensive a database for band discography, biography, and ratings, with an online presence that DOESN'T suck? [more inside]
I am curious about the legality and feasability of starting a website/database where people just put in the barcode numbers of coupons to share them. [more inside]
What is the best and/or most efficient website design software these days? [more inside]
Can anyone remember the site which was a database of logins to subsription sites?