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I have about 75 pages of HTML code.  Is there a way to change something from one thing over to another without opening all 75 pages and making the changes individually?
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by:robasta
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find & replace
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by:Bardobrave
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Also... to avoid those type of problems... you should try to put your repeating code/content in a single location that would be called from every place that it needs in your site.

This way, when something has to change you only need to change it in one place, instead of having to change it on 75... or on 7500...
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Bardobrave,

How would I know if this has already been done?  Since I know NOTHING about HTML, I don't know if this has already been done or not.  I have about 75 html pages...see below, of this.. I just don't want to go over and open every single page just to change a couple of names on them.
ee.bmp
ee2.bmp
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Bardobrave earned 500 total points
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Obviously there's no way you can guess such a thing without opening the files. Also if you haven't done the site and don't have knowledge about it your best option will be to open all the files in an editor capable of manage such number of files and make a replace.

However... you'll face the same problem next time you need to make any other change.
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