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Hi everyone, I'm building my own shopping website. I haven't figured out how to populate two dropdown lists with available sizes and colors of a product_id from database. Here is the result I've got from querying database. id product_name style size color price image sku stock 1 Neck Top 104 S White $30.00 104.jpg 104-1 5 2 Neck Top 104 S Black $30.00 104.jpg 104-2 5 3 Neck Top 104 M Red $30.00 104.jpg 104-3 10 4 Neck Top 104 L Blue $30.00 104.jpg 104-4 10 5 Neck Top 104 XL Black $30.00 104.jpg 104-5 5 And here are my tables: tblProduct tblSizes tblColors tblSpecific_Products id id id id product_name size color product_id style size_id price color_id image stock category (tops,dresses,bottoms,...) subcategory (bodycon,work,evening,cocktail) Is there any way I can have it done without duplicating the values in each dropdown list? Also for each product_id, how can I store 3 different images (front view,back view and side view) for each color? Does it mean I have to create another attribute table for those images and store their names in database? I'm confused.
This question regards application design and does not have a source code component. Is it common practice, or good practice, to use an abstract class and and multiple interfaces (small i) together in the same application? Consider the example of an abstract class automobile. This general class would enforce the "is a" constraints of all automobile types. Several different interface(s) would be defined and applied to the subclasses of automobile based on the type of automobile being defined. Does this seem reasonable? Or does defining an abstract class and multiple interfaces seem like over-kill?
Hi, I have been looking at profiles on Behance, some of which are what I would call 'pitches' (individuals putting their ideas/designs forward for how they would design/development popular websites), some of these designs are art/artistic, some are UI/UX. But one thing I have noticed is that all the images/pictures showcasing their work all look 'Clean, Crisp and really sharp'. Now when I develop a website on a PC it never looks as sharp as what some of these individuals are showcasing, So are they using MAC's with Retina displays which makes them look so nice, or is this web development done in Photoshop, below is an example of what I mean http://www.behance.net/gallery/E-mail-client/8626803 So what do you think ?