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How do I create a form that allows teachers to post lesson
plans on my website? Mae
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Max /blockquote>

A simple PHP login script sets a session. Once a teacher logs in,
the script allows that person to edit their text (content).
It's all based on a login which could be as simple as a
4 digit PIN assigned to each teacher.
Mar 30, 2007
Raven /blockquote>

On 3/30/07, Max wrote:
> A simple PHP login script sets a session. Once a teacher logs in,
> the script allows that person to edit their text (content).
> It's all based on a login which could be as simple as a
> 4 digit PIN assigned to each teacher.

Considering that I've programmed extensi...See More
Mar 31, 2007
Max /blockquote>

There would be no conflicts ...

The page is made up of PHP includes ...

Mr. Smith - Geography





Mr. Johnson - Science





Mrs. Anderson - English


etc...

Let's say 3 teachers happen to be logged in at
the same time. Each teacher is...See More
Apr 1, 2007
Max /blockquote>

I forgot that on this crappy
forum script, you can't show tags ...

> Mr. Smith - Geography
>
>
> Mr. Johnson - Science
>
>
> Mrs. Anderson - English
>
> etc...
>
Apr 1, 2007
Raven /blockquote>

On 4/01/07, Max wrote:
> I forgot that on this crappy
> forum script, you can't show tags ...
>
>> Mr. Smith - Geography
>>
>>
>> Mr. Johnson - Science
>>
>>
>> Mrs. Anderson - English
>>
>> etc...
>>

...See More
Apr 1, 2007


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