On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 1:48 PM,  <scs.bns...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Intro --
> Sorry to post in php.general .  Just found the newserver, and I'm still
> trying to figure out where to post this question.
> Thus, I posted in .general ... either to get help or find out in which
> newsgroup I should post my question.  Thank you.
> Website description --
> (have included files from the website as reference)
> The site runs all CSS through one "style.css" for all div declarations.
> I have attached a zip which includes the index.html file, the style.css
> and the cgi directory with multiple contact*.php for each different link
> as a sample of where I'm starting from.
> On each page, there is a header block (with a contact*.php link),
> navigation tabs and a navigation menu, a left column, a right column, an
> article, and a footer (with a contact*.php link).
> Each page has an article, like index.html.
> First part of question (php-focused)--
> I'd like to change the multiple contact.php modules that I call from the
> ../cgi/ directory into one contact.php program that can receive a string
> paramenter.
> I'd like to pass a parameter string into the new contact.php which would
> contain a label which identifies the link that was clicked to call the
> single contact.php and be put on the header line (currently hard-coded
> in multiple copies of contact*.php).  This is to track which link was
> clicked on which page... as you can see by the naming convention of my
> contact*.php modules.
> Second point of discussion
> (more HTML grabbed from PHP to complete the page) --
> I'd like to (use index.html from the zip attachment as an example) strip
> any blocks that do not change between pages (ie, most of the header
> except the link for contact*.php, or the label sent to the new
> contact.php from the point above) and put them into another file that
> would be included into each page.
> I'd really like to "template" stuff into template part includes, and use
> them to simplify the different pages.
> The real reason behind this is that the business owner wants to be able
> to edit the middle column (the "article") so that they can update parts
> of the site themselves.  I have warned her that she doesn't want to do
> this, but she insists. If I put their articles into a ./articles/
> directory, and give them the extension .article, I can set up a Windows
> Explorer folder shortcut to the ./articles/ directory, and install
> Notepad+ on her computer, and define .article to only work with
> Notepad+... and educate her not to change anything but the text of her
> article...
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