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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by CyBerAliEn, Dec 14, 2001.

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  1. CyBerAliEn

    CyBerAliEn Thread Starter

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    Hey,

    Well... I was wondering if there is way I could create just one page on my website, and then use some sort of scripting or something that could fill in spots on the page with the right information.

    Basically, say it was a contact listing. I would like the same simple "template" for every page, and there would be a main page. The main page would show the listing, and by clicking on the link of a certain person, it brings up the "template" but only with the information of that specified person.

    The reason why I need this is because what I will be doing will involve too many pages and it would be easier to use a template system of some kind.

    If you could help me understand how to do this or a website which can explain exactly and to the point (like as if I wasn't a newbie, or an expert)... my website does offer all the scripting support and etc... so there should be no problems that way. Please, any help is greatly needed! Reply or email me at: [email protected]
     
  2. Rockn

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    Active server pages and an access database. You can set up dynamic content with a minimum number of pages and content can be designed to interact with your db. Once you update the database table your pages would update automatically. There are tons of pages out there some of my favorites:

    www.asp101.com
    www.15seconds.com
    www.codeave.com

    Best
    www.4guysfromrolla.com

    Tons more!
     
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