Programming for a non-programmer is always a challenge, but my advice would be to learn programming. Automated...
tools can only take you so far.
The first thing you must decide is what programming language to learn, and I would recommend PHP (www.php.net). Not only is PHP fairly easy to learn, it is also well integrated with MySQL. A good tool for Web design and development is Macromedia Dreamweaver. It can generate PHP code automatically and also support you when you start hand-coding.
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