Best Platform for PHP/html/css site

Hello,

I'm building a standard website except for it will have a table like the one on this page with "Select" buttons going to a form on the next page where they can submit their photo order. I'm going to use PHP.

It's been a while, can I do this in Wordpress? IF so, how?

Thanks.
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rgranlundCommented:
Wordpress is a pretty straight forward Content Management System.  There are tons of "How To" videos on Youtube that can help you with all aspects of installation and setup.  Also, there a a bunch of plugins that are already created that can assist you in your upload functionality.  So, between Wordpress an a plugin or two you will probably be just fine!

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Ray PaseurCommented:
Try not to make a site too closely like Fotobridge.  It looks like something from the 1990's
http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fotobridge.com%2Fpricing.php&charset=%28detect+automatically%29&doctype=Inline&group=0
alupkamanCTOCommented:
I know it's been answered, but just wanted to add my 2 cents in case you haven't started your project yet. I've built web apps on a lot of different platforms from pure php/html/css to C# and .Net, and my favorite by far is CodeIgniter. I generally don't like frameworks for various reasons, but CodeIgniter gives you a lot of useful functions for connecting to databases, etc...but also let's you still write pure PHP/SQL whenever you need it.  

Plus, it's really easy to learn with their well documented online help and community.

It's so flexible you can switch between CI and pure PHP on the same line of code.
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