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How to: Building Database Sites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jzero88, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. jzero88

    jzero88 Newbie

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    Ok. I have gotten a HUGE list of .sql database lists. My question now is how do I go about creating a database site? If there is previous posts about this I am sorry for asking but I was unable to find any information regarding this specifically. If you have a thread link please post it, or if you have any information on what I should do next please also post:D
     
  2. bruce6667

    bruce6667 Junior Member Premium Member

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    If you're not coherent with them, look up php and mysql and put them together to build your database sites.
     
  3. jzero88

    jzero88 Newbie

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    I will look into that, I was under the impression you needed some sort of script. Say I use the baby_names list, am I going to have a page for every different name?
     
  4. razohad

    razohad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    if the sql databases you have are form script driven sites then , just get the script install it and then import your database to it.
     
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    Or create you own little script that connect to the datbase make a requets and echo the results. For that you can either get a coder from here odeor you just start coding it yourself. If you need a little starting help ... check: tizag.com

    --> check the tutorial on PHP and mysql ... with that knowledge and a little trial and eror you can get started and experience something from the coding world.

    Cheers :)
     
  6. jzero88

    jzero88 Newbie

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    Haha I was afraid of that. Sooner or later I knew I would be having to learn programming again so better now then never. Thanks for the info guys I appreciate it :) Cheers
     
  7. TheChronicles

    TheChronicles Regular Member

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    If i where you i would get classes
    The best way you can learn is if you have someone teaching you

    I have done some research on this
    As i am interested in it also

    But classes over here cost $3000.00+ STARTING
    and thats only for one class

    If you have the money then register
    but if you don't then google it
    it really is well documented and somewhat easy/hard to understand
    all based on your knowledge of how much you know and how much you dont

    -Goodluck
     
  8. jzero88

    jzero88 Newbie

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    Jesus H. Christ! $3000 G's. That's crazy, at least to me. I'd rather take a college course for eighty bucks. I had some what of a mentor previously when I started to intern for this guy who was doing programming on the side of his other programming job. I was learning asp.net, php, and C# all at once. Got too much so I left after a few weeks. I learned some php but not nearly enough to do anything with it. It was cool though that guys was a Guru, I wish I still was doing that now :eek:
     
  9. bruce6667

    bruce6667 Junior Member Premium Member

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    If you're good at teaching yourself, check out
    Code:
    http://safari.oreilly.com
    awesome huge library of books on programming, costs $40/month. there's a php/mysql video course there thats great for beginners. Anyway, I learned a lot from it and it was worth it to me to have the convenience of looking up answers fast.
     
  10. jzero88

    jzero88 Newbie

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    Thanks Bruce, but heres a site you might want to check out. Im going to post this also hxxp://www.51cnnet.net/
     
  11. megabump

    megabump Registered Member

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    Different people learn in different ways, you don't necessary need a class.

    I taught myself PHP from a couple books and I'm pretty good now. I created a catalog site for a public company from scratch in PHP5 with classes (object oriented) and separate data, logic and presentation layers (with smarty templates)

    Check out L y n d a.com, they have great video tutorials for everything else, I'm sure their PHP tutorial will be good to get you through the basics. It's on public trackers.

    What you are trying to do is pretty basic. Connect to the database, query the db for the data and populate a template page. It shouldn't take you long to figure it out.

    Yes you are going to need a page for each name, thats the point of a database site. I think what you are asking is are you going to have to create and upload a separate page for each name. The answer to that question is no, you only need to make one template page and your script populates it with the appropriate info for each name.
     
  12. jzero88

    jzero88 Newbie

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    Thanks megabump.you gave me a lot of info I needed.have you checked out the site I posted?
     
  13. megabump

    megabump Registered Member

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    Yes, is that your site?

    I use pdfchm.com when I need a book, or I search for a torrent.
     
  14. jzero88

    jzero88 Newbie

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    No, but I wish it was. It's a great site. I'm going to check that site out now