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does anyone know how to get a rs gold selling website template?

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does anyone know how to get a template with the price calculator in it?


or how do people make price calculators on their website?



anyone that can help me out? I want to start a gold selling website but i don't know php or html so i can't make the website.

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Try coming up with a concept, outlining the features your website would need, and ask for it in a more concise format. It's really hard to help someone (Not saying that I would either way) that doesn't even know what they need help with.

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This quote should lead you to where you're trying to get:


I want to start a gold selling website but i don't know php or html so i can't make the website.

You should start by learning those, i'll give you a head start, this is a basic sample of what (I imagine) a gold-to-usd converter would look like. Html for the base, php for the basic logic. Want to make it dynamic, no page refreshing? Look up javascript and learn that too. 

<!doctype html>
<title> My awesome gold selling site </title>
        input, select {
            padding: 3px;
            margin: 3px;
            width: 200px; 
            border: 1px solid grey;
            /* note, it's not a good idea to determine widths using pixels due to different 
			monitor resolutions and phones and such */
	<!-- link your CSS here and such -->
<h3>Gold to USD Calculator</h3>
	<form method="post">
		<select name="gameType">
			<option value="osrs"> OSRS Gold</option>
			<option value="rs3"> RS3 Gold </option>
		<input type="number" min="0" name="goldAmount" placeholder="Amount of gold" required><br>
		<input type="submit" value="Convert" name="submit">
		  if (isset($_POST["gameType"]) && isset($_POST["goldAmount"])){ //checks if the form was filled out properly

			  /* post is the method the form used to send value from the client to the server
			  these values get stored in a superglobal variable called $_POST. 
			  You can usually spot superglobal variables by checking their prefix, which is by default $_, you can read 
			  more about superglobal variables here: https://stackoverflow.com/documentation/php/3392/superglobal-variables-php#t=201710021133189423951 */

			  $gold = $_POST["goldAmount"];
			  $game = $_POST["gameType"];


			  /*in this code example, 1million OSRS gp is worth $5 and 1million RS3 gp is worth $2.50
			  the if statements below determine the game type
			  then they take the inserted value and divide it by 1 million to get the amount of millions
			  then multipliy by the conversion number.*/

			  if ($game == "osrs"){
				  $result = ($gold/1000000)*5;
			  } else if ($game == "rs3"){
				  $result = ($gold/1000000)*2.5;   

			  //prints out the converted value.
			  echo $gold . " gp will convert to: $" . $result . " (USD)";

Comments are there to explain what's going on, but please use the internet to aid you, it's vast and full of info

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