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> Need help, Linking phpmyadmin data to my website.
PHIL528
post Aug 7 2014, 04:05 AM
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My resources:
A phpmyadmin/MySQL account on an online server.
A godaddy domain, email, website builder 7, and small hosting plan.
I am able to purchase recommended resources.
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With website builder 7 I am able to have HTML, but not run php or java scripts.
Every thing in the HTML is color coded, but when I use <?php [php code] ?> it is not color coded.
When I write <script type="text/javascript">...</script> the code becomes color coded.
I know some HTML, but I am a beginner. Like I can edit certain things to make the different, but I am bad at starting from scratch. :(

My goal:
I have data on the MySQL/phpmyadmin online account that I would like to put on my website using website builder 7.
I do not know how to do this.
Is there any way to do this why just HTML code without running any scripts.
I am able to purchase necessary things to complete this. Such as switching to a better website builder.

I have a phpmyadmin account on an online server.
I have a godaddy website builder 7 account with some hosting plan.

Thanks! :lol:
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Christian J
post Aug 7 2014, 06:44 AM
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You need to use a server side script like PHP to connect with a database. In fact phpMyAdmin is written in PHP.

But it's really not a good idea to attempt this if you just know a little HTML, you need to study PHP and MySQL as well. Once you know these things you don't need any "website builder" or similar anymore, which is good since such tools usually don't work very well anyway.

In short I suggest studying or spending money on an experienced PHP/MySQL developer, rather than paying for more tools.
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