...

View Full Version : recruiting website with login and resume database



proverbs
10-09-2011, 01:13 AM
hello. i'm completely new to website databases and was hoping to gain some knowledge from the experts on here. i'm trying to build a recruiting website for my business. the basic design and literature is done. however, i wanted to add a few more features to the site.
login feature for both job seekers and employers
an option to let the job seeker upload their resume and cover letter
applicant information form that must be filled out by the job seeker and then saved to a database
private log-in for employers to search the applicant's profiles and uploaded resumes

honestly, i don't even know where to start. so i guess the ideal thing for me is to get some type of free template i can look at. but any help would be greatly appreciated. thank you!!

proverbs
10-09-2011, 07:38 AM
sorry, am i posting this in the right section?

Old Pedant
10-09-2011, 11:16 PM
sorry, am i posting this in the right section?

Well, yes and no.

You seem to be asking for features that would take an experience code a few days to implement, at best. For us to teach you enough for you to code this on your own, we'd probably have to write a small book.

We'd need to teach your database design, database queries, server-side session management, server-side file uploads, server-side-based website design (that is, utilizing data from the database in presenting the website), and probably more.

I think, quite frankly, nobody wants to start the conversation with you because it will likely occupy many hours of their time trying to get you up to speed.

Just for starters, we have no idea what--if any--server-side preference (PHP vs. ASP vs. JSP vs. ASP.NET vs. other) you might have and/or how much experience you have in that preferred technology.

If you want some tutorials to get you started, those we can point you to. But if you are expecting somebody to lead you through several weeks of learning on your part (and I'm being mildly optimistic with that time span), then I think you can see why you haven't been inundated with answers. (Not to mention you posted on the weekend, when things tend to be slow around here.)

proverbs
10-14-2011, 08:05 PM
Well, yes and no.

You seem to be asking for features that would take an experience code a few days to implement, at best. For us to teach you enough for you to code this on your own, we'd probably have to write a small book.

We'd need to teach your database design, database queries, server-side session management, server-side file uploads, server-side-based website design (that is, utilizing data from the database in presenting the website), and probably more.

I think, quite frankly, nobody wants to start the conversation with you because it will likely occupy many hours of their time trying to get you up to speed.

Just for starters, we have no idea what--if any--server-side preference (PHP vs. ASP vs. JSP vs. ASP.NET vs. other) you might have and/or how much experience you have in that preferred technology.

If you want some tutorials to get you started, those we can point you to. But if you are expecting somebody to lead you through several weeks of learning on your part (and I'm being mildly optimistic with that time span), then I think you can see why you haven't been inundated with answers. (Not to mention you posted on the weekend, when things tend to be slow around here.)

got it. Thanks for the reply Old Pendant. yea, i really don't know anything about this stuff. i was hoping that i could learn it by some templates - as this is how i learned a lot of html. but I'm guessing this would be not an effective way.

so i guess ill be paying someone to do it. i'm hoping the cost will be under $500, as the initial website is already finished.

Ladership
10-17-2011, 04:38 PM
got it. Thanks for the reply Old Pendant. yea, i really don't know anything about this stuff. i was hoping that i could learn it by some templates - as this is how i learned a lot of html. but I'm guessing this would be not an effective way.

so i guess ill be paying someone to do it. i'm hoping the cost will be under $500, as the initial website is already finished.

Ok,

Once you are new to this, try check it out a framework named scriptcase, it will help you to develop what you want faster and esier. This solutions its ok if YOU want to do it.

If you are looking for someone to do it, let me know! =]



EZ Archive Ads Plugin for vBulletin Copyright 2006 Computer Help Forum