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So I want to make a website as a project which gives the link for the cheapest option for a product. In this case, I want to make a comic book site which gives you the links to websites listing them from the cheapest to most expensive place to buy the comic book from (for now I think I will make it about comic books but this could change later). Preferably, if anyone could help, it would be nice if they used html, CSS and python but it does not necessarily have to be these languages.

Example: A person searches and clicks a comic book on the site. And then it shows a box which when holds the link to an amazon page as the lowest costing place to buy it from. And then by clicking that box which contains the link, they are redirected to that website - in this example they would be directed to that page on amazon.

So, if possible someone help me out on how to start this project. If you are not able to do that is it possible to send me a link of a website or video which is helpful/is a tutorial of how to do what I am intending to do as a project it would be very helpful.

Thank you.

What I have tried:

I have tried searching google and tried to find youtube tutorials but I am unable to find any. I have tried finding something that could guide me through the project.
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Updated 16-Jun-21 8:35am
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Richard MacCutchan 16-Jun-21 13:01pm
   
Start by learning HTML, CSS, Python, PHP or C#, MySQL etc.
Gerry Schmitz 16-Jun-21 14:25pm
   
You visit every prospective vendor / supplier and ask them about their "query API"; if they have one and how to use it. Otherwise, learn how to scrape web pages without violating any use clauses.
Simon_Whale 20-Jun-21 14:58pm
   
if you are looking at the backend being python then I would have a look at either Django, Flask or Fast API.

Also have a look at the documentation for the amazon API's

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Boi123 18-Jun-21 4:33am
   
I do not want anyone to do the code for me, I just wanted a website or youtube video which is a tutorial on what I want to do, or something similar to what I want to do. I am not doing this for work or for grades. I just want to start a new project and this is the idea that I have come up with. I do not even want anyone to personally write the code for me, just some sort of video, website or something that will help me out.

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