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Old September 7th, 2007, 12:13 AM
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Default how to dynamically change an HTML page

This means, There will be one HTML page running on the site.

Through Admin panel it should be able to edit the contents of the page and save it back.

next time, the page loads, it should load the new page from the DB.

Can any body help me on this matter?

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Hi Nikhil!!
Yes you can do this,you can make editor where admin can put the normal html tags and images ,and saved it to the db or txt/html file.
when new request is generated for tht page ,new modified page will be displayed.

You need to take care abt '(single & double quotes),and other characters too.

Cheers :)


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