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Same text on multiple pages
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Adam5000

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Msg#: 4664273 posted 8:57 pm on Apr 18, 2014 (gmt 0)

Greetings to the coolest webmasters in town.

It's been a long, difficult winter (my computer was down for most of it), but I'm starting to work on updates for my website again.

Here's the current situation. It's necessary for some of the pages to have the same text (paragraphs) on them. The anchors are different, but the text on several of the pages is the same.

What I'd like to do is update all of the same text pages at once, as opposed to doing a copy and paste on each of them one by one.

Or in other words, I'd like to update one page, and have that carry to the other pages that need the same text.

Is there a way to do that?

Help!

 

not2easy

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Msg#: 4664273 posted 9:11 pm on Apr 18, 2014 (gmt 0)

There are ways to do that, yes. How - depends on your site and settings and hosting environment. I use little php includes on static html pages to keep thing fresh or to show information like navigation on unix type hosts.

To get the right kind of help for your specific situation, people would need to know those details. I couldn't help with IIS server hosting, but someone else could.

lucy24

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Msg#: 4664273 posted 9:48 pm on Apr 18, 2014 (gmt 0)

Since you posted in the CSS forum:

Yes, you can do it in CSS using the "content: " element. But this definitely involves using CSS in ways that God never intended-- a behavior that should be limited to me and javascript ;)

Reading between the lines, you don't currently use php. This is OK, because php has a wonderfully shallow learning curve. That is, you can learn two words of php, use it to do one thing, and defer the whole rest of the language until you need it.

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