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Re: Organizing Project: Perl CGI Script to Edit HTML table line by line

by synapse0 (Pilgrim)
on Sep 14, 2001 at 18:42 UTC ( #112433=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Organizing Project: Perl CGI Script to Edit HTML table line by line

1) perlsec, and other cgi/web security information.. sorry, i don't have a specific list offhand.
2) you say "the calendar is similar to this one", does that mean that the calendar code is already written? if so, then just writing an app to edit specific table info shouldn't be too hard at all.. and for the most part, it may posibly be small enough that it doesn't matter if you reinvent the wheel. But some things to look into might be some of the templating modules.
3) I don't think you give quite enough info to answer this. Again, if you're just editing specific table info, then nah, it should be a fun task. If you need to write the whole script.. well you've got quite a task ahead of you then...
good luck,
-Syn0
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Re: Re: Organizing Project: Perl CGI Script to Edit HTML table line by line
by jerrygarciuh (Curate) on Sep 14, 2001 at 18:57 UTC
    Yes they have the calendar page already done but not with this project in mind it is just an ordinary table with a set row format and monthly seperater bars. I was thinking I'll want to do some work on it to make it more friendly to the script. The idea is that as the calendar needs updating no webbies will need to be called. The clerical staff will just use pwd to update forever so it's not specific table info, but more a logical structure which will naturally keep it's order despite changes in the number of rows. I guess they'll also need a function to add month seperater bars. I realize I am rambling so I'll stop here. I am glad you think this sounds easy because I need it to not eat my life.
    Thx,
    jg

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