How do I build an "online web wizard.."
I would like to create an online application that allows users, who are accessing
my site, to build their own custom web pages(based on predefined templates).
Something akin to a "wizard"
which you find on sites such as geocities.
Can someone point me in the right direction.
Thanks in advance
Re: How do I build an "online web wizard.."
I like the idea, sounds like a very useful component. What I recommend and
actually think is a great idea, is for you to go to www.ostnet.com and go to
the developer page, questions and answers and post the same idea. If enough
members think it's a good idea OSTnet will post the project to be developed
on the Project Board. Once it's there members will join the project and
develop it. Of course since the idea is yours we will constantly work it
with you. I myself would love to work on it, we wrote a wizard for the
registration but didn't think about making it a fully generic wizard
completely created from DB tables. I can also see it now with our Window
system, we can even make it look like a normal wizard that runs on a pc.
Hope to see it posted soon,
Chief Technology Officer
OSTnet OpenSource Technologies Inc
OSTnet develops software and subcontracts much of the work to registered
developers over the Internet. Members of www.ostnet.com are free to view all
company projects open for tender (in the Projects section of the Developer
Home) and can apply to work on these projects. We prequalify all of our
members to determine their level and areas of expertise. Please feel free to
sign up at your leisure and write the exams in order to qualify yourself for
"Nirm" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I would like to create an online application that allows users, who are
> my site, to build their own custom web pages(based on predefined
> Something akin to a "wizard"
> which you find on sites such as geocities.
> Can someone point me in the right direction.
> Thanks in advance
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