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Building a Multi-Page Article System With ASP/PHP

Interested in building your own CMS? In this article Mitchell shows us how to build a multi-page article system that can be used in any web-based CMS...

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By: Mitchell Harper
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January 05, 2003
  1. · Building a Multi-Page Article System With ASP/PHP
  2. · How Everything Will Work
  3. · The JavaScript Behind it All
  4. · Saving Articles to the Database
  5. · Displaying a List of Articles
  6. · Conclusion

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Building a Multi-Page Article System With ASP/PHP - Conclusion
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In this article we've seen how to develop a multi-page article publishing system. We've also seen how to list and display each article. The code in this article is rough, however it can be used in a CMS system with a bit of a clean up.

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