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Publish Date - Mar 26, 2009     Author - Adam Khoury
Part 1 - Building a Social Network Website Tutorial - Webintersect.com
This is an extensive video and source file based tutorial series on how to build or create an automated dynamic member based community web site system from scratch using PHP, MySQL, and Flash ActionScript 3.0. The following series is filled with insight and code practices rarely shared for free, and unique original technology integration methods that have been created by Adam Khoury. Being in full control over your custom programmed systems will greatly raise the chances of you creating a unique and useful system for your members.

Whatever your goals might be, we give you the insight that will help you build your dream site. Starting a custom social or business network website is not difficult... nurturing it, and always upgrading it is the key to longevity and member satisfaction.

CONSIDERATIONS:
• You should have basic HTML, CSS, PHP, and Flash ActionScript knowledge to move more quickly
• You will need a good HTML editor(Dreamweaver), and Flash CS3 or higher (using ActionScript 3.0) (not free)
• You will need a web server with PHP enabled, and one MySQL Database will be needed (MySQL DBs are free)
• Security will be covered to a certain level, but do your own research on this subject to be smart
• Adam is building the system live... for others to test it from, and for proving his tutorial functionality live
• This means you can follow along as he releases series videos and source code... or wait until he finishes...
• Source code may get revisions as needed, any revisions will be discussed in the intro video made at the end

http://www.webintersect.com/source_files.php

PART 1
In this first part of the tutorial series we set up shop by buying our domain and hosting accounts for the web site... talk about server and technology specifics needed to run the PHP and MySQL system, and then we get started.

*** Important: *** http://www.developphp.com/view.php?tid=384 ← Please view this lesson to make sure that all of your dynamic scripts get connected to.

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DevelopPHP.com is a growing educational system packed with video and written material that you can access 24/7 100% free. The focus here in 2014 is spread between five technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and MySQL. Learn programming theory, database interaction, web design, animation, graphics editing, vector art, 3D modeling, and much more. The educational experience here is a hybrid one offering both high quality video tutorials and code libraries that grow more robust every day. The code libraries are being assembled so that developers can discover all of the building blocks of their favorite languages. The libraries coupled with high quality video tutorials will take you deep down the rabbit hole very quickly. You can also ask questions and get free advice at WebIntersect.com.
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