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    What are the basics of Cloning?

    Hi guys,

    I would like to re build a website which seems very good for me. So I tried to simply copy its code for reviewing and as for reference. Will editing this source code in php and giving some modifications will work?

    What are the things that has to be done while creating a database for this site?
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    What you see displayed on the web is actually a tiny part of what is powering a website. It's like the tip of an iceberg.

    So to clone a site, you need to create a detailed specification of what all the web pages should do and then commission designers and coders to reproduce your version of that site with your own unique twist to the concept.

    Yes it is hard! Not a cut and paste job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy101 View Post
    What you see displayed on the web is actually a tiny part of what is powering a website. It's like the tip of an iceberg.

    So to clone a site, you need to create a detailed specification of what all the web pages should do and then commission designers and coders to reproduce your version of that site with your own unique twist to the concept.

    Yes it is hard! Not a cut and paste job.
    exactly..but my plan is to clone a small site which is already existing with 10 pages...I think the route is clear if am getting the proper database design..wont it be like that..
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