still, you have to make a way for your website to store the preferences
of each user/web visitor, right?
you can save the info in text file, somewhere not in the WEB DOCS path.
that way, hackers cant break your webserver and browse outside the
normal web pages path. (hacker can break into the machine itself and
peek around, but that's a diff subject)
so now that that preferences are saved, all the user have to do is log
in and when the web page is generated for them, the variables for the
color settings, etc. is set.
now, like what rick e. said, this will take hour(s) of coding. i cant
even begin to give psuedo-code.
2. once logged in, setup script will read settings from somewhere,
either a simple teext file or a database.
3. set web page color tags, images, etc. in variables.
4. generate HTML page from php scripts using said variables from #3
5. user is happy... you make millions... ;-)
> 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
> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > 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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