Multipurpose pages are easy to implement from the beginning, easy to design, and easy to incorporate into existing sites. They reduce page sizes and can increase site organization. They carry many benefits, and few downsides that are much weaker than some of those incorporated with single-purpose pages.
Mutlipurpose pages are also very simple to implement, especially for the benefits they carry. I think that the future of PHP -- and maybe all web programming - is multipurpose, and the techniques I've shown you today should definitely be considered by today's programmers.
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