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Anyone know how to publish a webpage for phones.

I wanted to know what I have to do to post a website for phones.
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Lord_McFlyCommented:
Do you have web space?
Have you constructed a site yet?
What type of web space is it ASP/PHP etc, etc?
What language are you planning to use?

Start with these questions first and then we'll have a better idea of the position you are in.
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eteranAuthor Commented:
Yeah. I havean ASP site. and in it I have a database of phone number that my agents use.

This are the fields from the database.
Name
Last Name
Home
Business
Cell
Other
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eteranAuthor Commented:
I found this code not to familiar with the code can you exaplin
<%      
response.ContentType = "text/x-hdml"

      ' WRITE THE SEARCH PAGE
      response.write "<HDML VERSION=3.0 PUBLIC=TRUE>"
      response.write "<ENTRY KEY=search FORMAT=A*a>"
      response.write "<ACTION TYPE=ACCEPT TASK=GO DEST=search.asp?search=$(search)>"
      response.write "<IMG ICON='phone1'>"
      response.write my_title & "<BR>"
      response.write "Employee Name? </ENTRY>"
      response.write "</HDML>"

%>
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venkateshwarrCommented:

you need space to store the phone numbers... so possible you need to store them in text files or in database.
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eteranAuthor Commented:
This are the fields from the database.
Name
Last Name
Home
Business
Cell
Other
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eteranAuthor Commented:
Now how can an agent scroll threw the diffrent numbers under one person
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venkateshwarrCommented:
you cannot use HDML that is for phones and wireless stuff...  I dont know much...
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eteranAuthor Commented:
for example
Name: Eteran
Last Name: Eteran
Home: 305-886-6565
Business: 305-665-6565
Cell: 305-664-6464
Other:305-887-8787
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sajuksCommented:
HDML ----> Handheld Device Markup Language (HDML) .

For a tutorial to use HDML and ASP go to this link:
http://www.15seconds.com/issue/000622.htm

Basically the code that you have is searching for information through your hand held device.Is that what you were looking for ?
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ricosuaveCommented:
Hi  Eteran,

You have an ASP site and (I presume) a database.
In the database you have these values:
Name
Last Name
Home
Business
Cell
Other

And now you want to know how to display these on a webpage.
I'm afraid you're asking a bit much.

This takes some programming skills in asp, and it seems you dont' know the first thing about it. It's a bt beyond the scope of experts-exchange to teach people ASP I think. If you have a problem in ASP, I'll be glad to help, but if you don't know the first thing about it, I would suggest you hire a programmer and let him (or her) do it for you.

It's like someone showing up with a complete car in parts and asking to teach him to turn it into a functional vehicle.


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ebeisherCommented:
You may want to learn your web skillz at http://www.w3schools.com/
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Lord_McFlyCommented:
Hi eteran

Ok, so you have your DB which contains the data you wish to use, were you looking to use HDML to present the website?

If you are I found the following example which is kind of what you are after...

Create a Wireless Phone Book - Listings and Examples
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http://intranetjournal.com/articles/200109/listings.htm

Hope this is what you were after.
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Lord_McFlyCommented:
BY the way - the example on the end of the URL uses an Access database as the source for the phone details :)
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