Ok, so I'm in a highschool of 2700 students and a Board of Education Helpdesk of about three. I'm one of the 2700 students. The BoE just asked me to give them a webpage thats basically one simple form, which sounds pretty easy. The trick is, this form has to funnel into a database as it is used for senior yearbook quotes. The form would look a little like: Name=(1-40 character limited) student id=(5 digit numerical) line1=(20 character limited) line2=(same) line3=(same) line4=(same) submit Now, I know how to poke around Access and Dreamweaver. My school isn't the MySQL type place, and even if it was, I would have no idea how to work anything. I'm hearing I'm going to need some level of scripting knowledge to get this data base funneling going... I have direct access to the upload/hosting server for the website, if it helps. Creating the page aesthetically isn't the issue, its the backbone I'm confused on. If someone knows anything about this, throw me a rope please - I'm sorry if what I've said isn't entirely coherent, I can clarify.