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View Poll Results: Which platform is best for my website sloane1.com

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Thread: I want to convert sloane1.com (php website) to Java Website

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    I have a website sloane1.com which is in PHP (Wordpress). I want to convert it into Java. Now I am confused that which platform I should use. Please suggest me ..


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    Default Re: I want to convert sloane1.com (php website) to Java Website

    PHP is just a preprocessor language. To "replace" an entire WordPress site with a Java stack would be very difficult, as you would have to build the site from the ground up. Your poll makes no sense since a Java-based stack can incorporate PHP (though more often sites using JSPs on the front-end will use a different preprocessor), and all web stacks listed incorporate HTML.

    You should stick to WordPress until you understand what is needed to put together a website from scratch.

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    Default Re: I want to convert sloane1.com (php website) to Java Website

    Are you trying to write a CGI script? These are programs which run on the server side usually to process forms. The program name is specified in the HTML file and run on the server and receives data from the form. My understanding is PHP is now the most popular language for CGI programs. You can use others like Python and Perl. You can also use Java; these programs are frequently called servlets, and free tutorials are available.

    ** BUT ** your host must support running Java servlets. Almost everyone supports PHP. Perl is usually supported because it was once the most popular CGI language. Some support Python. I'm not sure about Java; it may not be popular for CGI. You MUST check with the host provider.

    BTW: why change from PHP to Java? PHP looks to be robust and easy to learn and supported everywhere.

    Charlie

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    Default Re: I want to convert sloane1.com (php website) to Java Website

    Thread moved.

    Looks like you needed a "Do nothing" option.

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