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How to dynamically add content to my web site

Posted on 2006-06-30
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Hi all,

I am trying to build a web site in which some of the content is static and a small part is dynamic(eg. news)

I know that there are some free CMS like mambo that can do what i want but not so easy especially for the design part.
So i need a programmatically solution in which i will 'flag' the parts that i want to dynamic change with an html editor like fck.The editor will be used from the user to change the content


Can i do it with HTML and AJAX ? if yes HOW?

Any suggestions

Thanks
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JohnModig earned 100 total points
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Hi there.
Sure you can do this with Ajax. I would suggest loading the content either from other html files or from a xml file, depending of size and purpose. That way you don't have to have a database. Try these great articles:
http://www.dhtmlgoodies.com/index.html?whichScript=ajax_dynamicArticles
http://www.dhtmlgoodies.com/index.html?whichScript=ajax-dynamic-content

Regards,
John
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Thanks, but i have alreade done it.

I have used AJAX and html.

thank you anyway
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So this question is solved then? You do not need any more help?
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