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Client-side news editor

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Jan 31, 2018

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Hi,

I've only ever done fairly static websites but now one of my clients wants to have a news section where they themselves can add articles with an associated image. In other words using an inputting form of some kind.

Is there any easy way I can set this up for them?

Many thanks.

D.

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Correct answer by BenPleysier | Adobe Community Professional

This has been part of a lot of my projects.

The way this works: A password protected admin section allows the administrator to design the news article, complete with image(s). The article is saved to a database. The public news page is then populated from the database.

You will need a compatible scripting server such as PHP and the best companion is a MySQL database. Have a look at PHP CRUD Tutorial (part 1) to get an idea of what is involved. This is a useful widget for the creation of the article TinyMCE | The Most Advanced WYSIWYG HTML Editor

Another way is to use relevant DMXZone extensions.

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Client-side news editor

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Jan 31, 2018

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Hi,

I've only ever done fairly static websites but now one of my clients wants to have a news section where they themselves can add articles with an associated image. In other words using an inputting form of some kind.

Is there any easy way I can set this up for them?

Many thanks.

D.

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Correct answer by BenPleysier | Adobe Community Professional

This has been part of a lot of my projects.

The way this works: A password protected admin section allows the administrator to design the news article, complete with image(s). The article is saved to a database. The public news page is then populated from the database.

You will need a compatible scripting server such as PHP and the best companion is a MySQL database. Have a look at PHP CRUD Tutorial (part 1) to get an idea of what is involved. This is a useful widget for the creation of the article TinyMCE | The Most Advanced WYSIWYG HTML Editor

Another way is to use relevant DMXZone extensions.

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This has been part of a lot of my projects.

The way this works: A password protected admin section allows the administrator to design the news article, complete with image(s). The article is saved to a database. The public news page is then populated from the database.

You will need a compatible scripting server such as PHP and the best companion is a MySQL database. Have a look at PHP CRUD Tutorial (part 1) to get an idea of what is involved. This is a useful widget for the creation of the article TinyMCE | The Most Advanced WYSIWYG HTML Editor

Another way is to use relevant DMXZone extensions.


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