i'm sorry but i don't quite understand here.
yes, i'm looking for a theoritical (logical) answers or quick and dirty
solutions. since i'm a newbie here.

i guess i'll do more reading and searching.
thank you very much rick, joe, olinux o and others for replying.

----- Original Message -----
From: Rick Emery <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2001 19:55

> Now...I understand.
> To accomplish what you want requires that you store user preferences in a
> database of some sorts.  Then extract those preferences and insert them as
> HTML attributes to various tags.
> First, I would recommend that you use Cascading Style Sheets to set-up
> CLASSes and IDs for each user.  Store those CSS elements in the user
> database and use them to generate your HTML.  I don't know what database
> engine you have access to (MySQL, MSSQL, SYBASE,, etc), so you must learn
> the intricacies of the engine.  I'm assuming PHP will be your server-side
> script engine.
> If you're looking for a quick and dirty solution from this list, I don't
> believe you'll get it.  Rather, what you propose will take many hours of
> coding and testing.  We can offer specific solutions to problems you
> encounter during design and development, though.  Feel free to post those
> questions.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: RSalomo [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2001 12:24 AM
> Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] html generated web pages
> what i'm trying to do is how to control images and page format, color,
> fonts.
> so if i go to page a.html have image a.jpg and bgcolor red, if page b.html
> have image b.jpg and bgcolor blue.
> and i can give to some users privileges, so they can change the image and
> the color easily through a userfriendly admin form.
> about the "html generated web pages",
> i mean how php generates html-extension web pages (with image, contents
> page format)?
> sorry my english is not very good.
> rudy

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