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Topic # 114516 22-Feb-2013 10:28
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Hey all I'm looking around to see if I can get some advice I'm currently working on a website with a friend (can't go into much detail about it) but simply put I need to know how to go about setting up 3 main things at the moment

Chat rooms
Subscription/membership page
video streaming as well

I know this might be the more complicated stuff since I'm looking at PHP etc but is there any ideas on what code or programs I would need to set these up?

currently the website is set up on RVsitebuilder we're pretty much adding our things through the HTML via copy and paste since the builder doesn't allow importing webpages 

Any help with this would be greatly appreciated 

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  Reply # 767544 22-Feb-2013 11:53
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These are three quite large subjects and there are lots of things to consider.  We would have to know a lot more info about what you require before we could give concrete advise.

Just to get you started on the videos, have a read of http://www.sitepoint.com/the-principles-of-embedding-online-video/

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  Reply # 767811 22-Feb-2013 18:16
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We've built most of what you are after into our VadaXchange Buddy.

We use Python for that.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 767812 22-Feb-2013 18:18
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Oh, and jQuery... and bootstrap framework, and ember.js






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  Reply # 768084 23-Feb-2013 10:47
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well Chatroom is pretty simple just one lobby room plus the ability to PM someone if needed

Video at this point I think is pretty much the same thing as PM I'll have to ask my friend for more info and lastly subscription was mainly a proof of age and its planned for a payed business

hopefully that helps but any other info that could be needed I can give

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