| 11:26 pm on Jun 30, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Well a content management system (CMS) could do that with exception that the news content would stored in the CMS database not as a physical .txt file.
| 12:58 am on Jul 1, 2009 (gmt 0)|
You could also do this with some sort of server side include or simply use the PHP auto_prepend directive or a simple PHP script.
| 7:01 am on Jul 1, 2009 (gmt 0)|
|...This way, i shall not require to create multiple pages. |
Why do you wish to avoid multiple pages? If you want your articles to be found via search engines, multiple html pages are almost essential.
A page is the basic unit of optimization, and multiple pages broaden the possible search targeting of a site.
| 8:23 am on Jul 1, 2009 (gmt 0)|
1. I do not have database structure
2. Server side include can only call an external file within a page - but here i need HREF or Link command that can fetch both a template and a content placed in either html format or .txt
3. I do not require search engines to find my news pages as thats not important. its a corporate website. and secondly i cant keep making pages for every single news!
| 5:36 pm on Jul 1, 2009 (gmt 0)|
RE #2 - did you look into PHP auto-prepend as I suggested? That would do the trick.
- the file might be something like /news/mypage.txt
- you could rewrite these to /news/mypage.html or /news/mypage
- then you have an auto_prepend PHP script that parses your news scripts and injects them into your template.
| 2:36 pm on Jul 2, 2009 (gmt 0)|
I shall look into that and let you know if it works.. meanwhile i welcome more comments, suggestions... thanks
| 3:43 pm on Jul 2, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Follow ergophobe's and Robert Charlton's advice :)
| 4:13 pm on Jul 2, 2009 (gmt 0)|
BTW, a belated welcome creativefox. I didn't notice that you were new. So welcome!
It's gotten a bit rusty with age, but you still might find some useful info in the New Member Orientation thread [webmasterworld.com].