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forsooth says

I see a couple of Site Templates that I think I’d like to purchase, but I wonder if someone would help with these question…

What kinds of skills (or level of skills) would be needed to do a functional job of making an HTML /CSS site template into a workable website?

Would it be possible to add a PHP /MySQL database component to a typical site template?

Thanks for any help!

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adam_robinson says

if you know basic html and css you will have no problem making them work for you. Even if you know very little you should be able to grasp editing the content pretty easily. As for the php, mysql that shouldnt be a problem..but you’ll have to set them up on your server and integrate that part into the pages.

All you need really is a text editor, a server and an ftp program and your done.

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forsooth says

Adam, thanks for your response. That’s kinda what I figured, but just wanted to make sure.

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