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Re: perl code in html files...

by matthewb (Curate)
on May 13, 2004 at 10:58 UTC ( #353028=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to perl code in html files...

i have a site.. i do not want to make it all dynamic... but there some places in the html file that i would like to be dynamic...

Although you are inspecific, the traditional and, I suspect, most simple solution would be to use Server Side Includes to integrate elements of dynamic content into an otherwise static HTML page. The majority of the examples you will find of using this technique (beyond the super-simple) will, no doubt, use Perl to generate content.

Having said that, you will receive as many recommendations as you care to solicit for web content generation techniques; I think most people work out what best serves their needs through trial and error. For more demanding projects, we've been using the Template Toolkit for a couple of years now with great results.

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