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    Hello Everyone,

    I am new to this, so my questions will probably seem silly to those more experienced. However, I certainly hope that someone out there can help me.

    I have printed the Instructions "Building an E-Commerce Site" but the first problem I have is that when I go to www.mysql.com and try to download the MySQL program all I get is an error message that the requested URL was not found on this server. Is this the only place that this program is available?

    Secondly, does the operating system that they refer to (Unix or Windows) refer to the operating system that I have on my computer or to the operating system that my web site will be located on?

    Does anyone also have any other suggestions as to other sources where I can learn about developing an E-Commerce site?

    Thanks for any help that anyone can render.

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    You can go to www.hotscripts.com for some scripts that are easy to setup. Some are free, some you have to pay. You have to research them a little. Here are the direct links.


    I hope those can help.

    -Khill, www.tsrealm.com

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