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Thread began 10/11/2012 3:14 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 10/17/2012 11:23 am by Christopher West | 1601 views | 18 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  Use HTML Editor for allowing the user to edit the content on pages.

in HTML Editor, then control font sizes and such through the HTML editor toolbar.

using the index page and query string approach for loading certain pages:
index.php?Content=About Us

is done using Framework builder Dynamic Includes.  



Jason thinking about what you said about using Framework Builder, I am wondering if I explained myself wrong. for this project I wont be using any physical .php pages (apart from index.php)...So.. the homepage (index.php) will have default content thats pulled in from a database...then if the user then clicks on a link in the menu the url address would be something like ../index.php?Content-About Us then the page will "refresh index.php file" and display the content from the database relating to the URL Content=About Us .

So can Framework Builder still be used in the context? as the intial homepage would be just index.php (so it wont have any URL variables after the .php) by the rest of the website will have URL variables after the .php.

Chris

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