On Mon, 25 Jan 2010 18:31:54 -0800, deal...@gmail.com ("deal...@gmail.com") 

>On Jan 25, 2010, at 6:23 PM, Shawn McKenzie wrote:
>> file_put_contents() is soooo much easier.
>Thanks Shawn I'll check that out ...
>- I see it says : This function is identical to calling fopen(),  
>fwrite() and fclose() successively to write data to a file.
>my newbie brain likes that!

In principle this is extremely simple. Take your existing procedure to generate 
the page

1. $page = '';

2. Replace every echo 'whatever'; statement with $page .= 'whatever';, and 
every <html>
with $page .= '<html>';

3. file_put_contents($page,$file) // The manual is down (again!) and I have 
forgotten the

4. echo( file_get_contents($file));  // to generate the PHP page.

However I strongly suspect that it is possible to simply redirect all the 
'echo's in your
existing procedure to write to $page (or $file?), without changing the code at 
all. Is
this so?

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