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Which Tool to use?

Postby jemmo » Mon May 05, 2008 8:04 pm

I have been reading various bits of info and am getting confused about which is the best way to go, so hopefully, someone with experience can point me in the right direction.

My wife has a website for her photography business and wants a 'personal' gallery for each client. I can do that.

She also wants clients (and friends/family) to be able to select and order different sized prints over the web.

I have put together an order form where the client inputs their details and can then input the print number (from the gallery) and select a checkbox for the size print required.

What I want to to is when a checkbox is selected, insert the appropriate price in a cost column. As more prints are ordered, the individual cost is inserted and a total (of all prints ordered) is tallied at the bottom of the form.

What's going to be the best scripting tool to do these calculation - Java, PHP, something else?
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Re: Which Tool to use?

Postby dckap » Fri Mar 16, 2012 1:32 pm

you can use php, which is best and user friendly to access.
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Re: Which Tool to use?

Postby alfred26 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 8:49 am

you can use HTML.I think it you will be better for you and access friendly to you.
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