Should I use frames or what?

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November 30

Here is my dilema. I'm working on a pretty big site. The site
has about 8
sections each which have about 10 subsections. I basically
created 8 pages
total for all of the subsections but I don't want to have to
create hundreds
of pages for all the subsections so since all the pages look
exactly
identical in the subsections is there a way I could just make
it so the only
content that changes when you go to one of the subsections is
the main
content table? I'm assuming to do this I would need to use
frames unless
there is another way I don't know of yet? Anyone got any
pointers?
Best Regards,
Chris Jumonville
503.277.3553

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Chris Jumonville wrote:
> Here is my dilema. I'm working on a pretty big site. The
site has about 8
> sections each which have about 10 subsections. I
basically created 8 pages
> total for all of the subsections but I don't want to
have to create hundreds
> of pages for all the subsections so since all the pages
look exactly
> identical in the subsections is there a way I could just
make it so the only
> content that changes when you go to one of the
subsections is the main
> content table? I'm assuming to do this I would need to
use frames unless
> there is another way I don't know of yet? Anyone got any
pointers?
Frames wouldn't alleviate the need to create the many pages.
You'd still
need a seprate file for each page within each subsection.
What you're looking for is some manner of server technology -
be it ASP,
PHP, etc. - that allows you to utilize a template for the
page, and load
in only the content specific to the topic.
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