troubleshooting Question

Copy & Save Pages

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rwhubbard996Flag for United States of America asked on
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I know what I want to do but don't know how.

I have dynamic PHP pages that build the HTML for browsers, fine so far.  I want to take the page(s) my PHP builds and save them as static HTML pages, automaticly.

Now; I open the PHP page, right click and view source, select all the HTML code, copy it onto the clip board, open a blank HTML page and paste it in and then do a 'save as' keyword-name.htm

If I can write a program to do this I can update the static pages when my db changes.  

Any ideas how I would go about this?

Thanks,
Roger
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