Don't know if this belongs here or in the Marketplace - mods, feel free to move if necessary. I have a web site I've designed and have been updating for a few years for a buddy of mine (Good New Music). It's composed entirely of static HTML pages. There are essentially only two page layouts: the front page and a review page. I've been trying for a year now to get this converted into a PHP-driven site with the following goals: 1. Make it easier for my friend to update himself via a web-based back-end page, with set fields for him to type in the relevant data - which would then populate a database and build pages. 2. Have each field assigned a certain CSS style for the text display. 3. And (if possible) allow visitors to search the database and pull up each review of a certain artist or genre, etc. A friend of mine helped start the PHP process, then flaked. I do this site for my buddy for free, so there's no budget - but I'm open to bartering my services in exchange to finish this task. (See my portfolio at 3rd Eye Design. If I'm out of line, tell me... I haven't worked with many programmers so I don't really know the extent of what's involved and I want to be fair about this. Thanks!