I use a method combining both; I first write a so-called
'print.php' which has the ability to write a outputted page to a
disk cache on the disk. So pages are only generated the first
time they're accessed; on second and further requests they're
serverd directly from the cache (disk in my case).
On Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 06:13:25PM -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote :
> Question for all you php experts out there:
> My organization's website is based on mysql/php backend - 95% of the
> webpages are generated dynamically using templates and database records.
> We have been asked to create "printer-friendly" versions of these pages.
> Now for your opinion/advice: should we (1)create another template called
> "print.php" for example and generate there print friendly pages dynamically
> or should we (2)create static html copies of each database record so that
> they are "print friendly"?
> By "print friendly" I mean I want a page that doesn't have the text cut off
> the right hand side of the page (nevermind, for now, that the original page
> shouldn't do this
> in the first place :) )
> Thank you so much for your help!
> - Shawna
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