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Developing Multipurpose Pages With PHP


Sick of having a site that's composed of 50 PHP scripts? In this article we will learn the concepts of multipurpose pages with PHP -- a simple yet powerful idea.

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October 11, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Developing Multipurpose Pages With PHP
  2. · Multipurpose Web Pages
  3. · Examining The Code
  4. · Conclusion

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If you have run a database-driven site with members and forums, you might know how much work it is to create two versions of each page -- one for when the user isn't logged in, and one for when they are. On top of this, you need to edit the content on both of them.

What if there was a way to combine pages for both members and non-members into one easy to edit PHP script?

Those posting scripts and messaging scripts also give you headaches, don't they? The quickest and easiest method to implement for solving these problems is the use of multipurpose pages.

In this article we will see how to design multipurpose web pages using PHP. You should have at least PHP version 4.1 or higher installed and setup.
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