Examples of database-driven pages
The most common example of a database-driven website is a shopping cart. We have done a few of those.
(Please see our Clients page). On this page you will see various examples of a
database-driven web content.
We like to hike and travel. On our trips, we are always taking pictures that we want to share with friends and family. It is, however, hard to keep up with all the pictures we have taken over the years!
We are members of Slow Food. We love to experiment with spices, recipes, herbs, ingredients, and recipes. It only makes sense for us to try and compile a list of recipes from our families and friends. You have some you would like to submit, email us.
Family birthdays and anniversaries calendar
All the dropdown and checkbox menus (chef's name, difficulty level, and the regions) are dynamically generated from the database. As more chefs and categories are added to the database, the list on this web page will automatically be updated.
The Stewart Clan is a large family traced back all the way to 1662. The calendar was updated by the family of Mary Stewart(Stansberry) who has been given access. Mary is born in 1929. Mary Stewart's earliest ancestor in America was Daniel Stewart. He was described as a Scotsman when his name first appeared in the town records of Barnstable, Massachusetts in October of 1662 on a list of persons 24 years of age or married who were on that day admitted inhabitants of the Township. This was 42 years after the Mayflower landed at Plymouth, Massachusetts. He was married to Mary (Vincent?). They moved to the island of Martha's Vineyard, locating in the township of Edgartown where he died in 1703. Daniel's and Mary's son James, born about 1663 is Mary Stewart's ancestor.