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Thread began 10/11/2012 12:14 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 10/17/2012 8:23 am by Christopher West | 2335 views | 18 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Hi Jason, to be honest this project doesnt require any forms its just straight copy and photos stored in the database via HTML Editor.

so back to my original question :)

I was thinking that perhaps I need at least 2 physical .php files (1) for the homepage since it wont have any URL variables on the end of the index.php?..) (2) another file mcalled something like "page.php" and it would be this file that will use URL variables so for example page.php?Content=About Us, page?Content=Contact Us etc etc.....

But my main question is how can I just load up the content for my homepage (index.php) fromt he database...and then for all other links from the menu they would load up the page.php file and then dynamically load up the content which the URL references (page.php?About Us, page.php?Contact Us etc etc...(again i am ONLY storing normal content in the database.


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