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11-26-2000, 01:00 PM
It depends on what you mean by "manage".[nbsp][nbsp]As in content management? Link management? Style management?[nbsp][nbsp]The easiest way to make global changes to your site in regards to headers, footers, menus, that sort of thing is to use SSI or PHP.[nbsp][nbsp]If you need content management, there are a bunch of scripts that could work for you, depending on your needs.
11-26-2000, 02:10 PM
The easiest way to make global changes to your site in regards to headers, footers, menus, that sort of thing is to use SSI or PHP.Or if you want to avoid the processing/speed overhead, a decent text editor with multi-file search and replace makes it just as easy, still using static html.
11-26-2000, 06:27 PM
True, any good HTML or text editor can make global changes. But then you're left needing to upload all those hundreds of files whenever a change is made. It's best to control fonts/colors/etc with Style Sheets and frequently changed sitewide things like navigational menus with included files.
11-26-2000, 07:24 PM
You could also use CGI scripts and have the same menu, top, bottom, etc and only have some part of the page to be "dynamic". it would work like..
11-27-2000, 12:01 AM
What's the best program/way to manage a big (100+ pages) HTML site?[nbsp][nbsp]It can be awfully annoying to update all the pages manually.
11-27-2000, 05:12 AM
Thank you everyone, your help was needed. :)
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