updates without the pain of updating

Discussion in 'HTML' started by cous, Feb 12, 2008.

  1. cous

    cous Guest

    I'm planning on designing a site that will have a great number of
    pages which change rarely and on each a small links box that will
    change on a regular basis. How I do this without having to update the
    HTML for EVERY page when this links box changes? Should I use an
    iFrame? Is an extrenal DIV possible? Sorry, I'm a little dense on
    this. Any help would be much appreciated. TIA.
    cous, Feb 12, 2008
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  2. cous

    dorayme Guest

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    cous <> wrote:

    > I'm planning on designing a site that will have a great number of
    > pages which change rarely and on each a small links box that will
    > change on a regular basis. How I do this without having to update the
    > HTML for EVERY page when this links box changes? Should I use an
    > iFrame? Is an extrenal DIV possible? Sorry, I'm a little dense on
    > this. Any help would be much appreciated. TIA.


    Google up for "includes"

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    dorayme
    dorayme, Feb 12, 2008
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