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Thread: Creating an HTML/CSS/PHP template.

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    Creating an HTML/CSS/PHP template.

    Hello all, I am now ready to start learning php and I am looking for some direction, resources etc... that will help me do the following:

    I want to create a CSS/HTML/PHP template in order to use it for many project pages that will have the same structure. For that I guess I would need to create several folders that contain each the content of each page (photos etc...) and possibly a text file with the text to go there. I guess then that when a certain project is clicked on the web page then php will pass some variables to say where and what is the content to load-in.

    I have already some programming experience with other languages so hopefully it won't be too long until i feel comfortable with php.

    I would really appreciate your help here.

    Many thanks,

    Andres.

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    I'm trying to do the same thing. These are the two of the first sources I used:


    http://php.about.com/od/tutorials/ht/template_site.htm
    http://www.alistapart.com/articles/phpcms/

    The first is really easy, but the second is pretty helpful.

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    Instead of creating all the text files and saving them. Use database MySQL and store your texts in one of the columns of the tables and when showin them just call from the database. And ya u could create new folder for pictures, videos etc

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    Thank you very much for this guys, always very helpful to use this forum!

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