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They typically do NOT create a new page for the content dynamically. Instead, the information pertaining to that particular data is stored in a database. They use queries in the URL in order to display the data for a specific item.

For example, on YouTube you see something like the following:

The “watch” is the page which handles the data. Notice how practically every video’s page (for standard users) looks just like the rest, except the video and related videos and comments and such are different. That’s because “watch” is like a “master page”.

The “watch” page looks at “v=aBcDEfGhijK”. It looks for the value of ‘v’ and pulls the information for the video with ID ‘aBcDEfGhijK’ from the database. It then displays the relevant information.

Craigslist appears to create a page for each entry. However, that could very well be a simple “trick” known as “URL Shortening”. URL Shortening functions the same way that “page?param=value” URL’s work but they are displayed differently.

If you do still wish to create a page for each new item, however, it is still quite simple. All you need is a “master” page for items. We’ll use that page as a template for new items. Now, when you receive a new item, you simply copy the template file (e.g. itemtemplate.html) to the item’s destination directory, changing the name in the process (e.g. itemone.html). Then, using a server-side language such as PHP or ASP .NET, you would simply “insert” the item’s data into the file.

In the template file you should place something like “{ItemDescriptionPlaceholder}” where the item’s description should go. When you “insert” the item’s description you would use a string replace method like so:

itemtemplateText.Replace(“{ItemDescriptionPlaceholder}”, newItemDescription”)

I hope this all makes sense.

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PHP/MYSQL String Tricks
You are screwing It up right here, run this example:


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?>

To solve this, just add two apostrophes, like the following:

echo “
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It will do the trick.

See how we can make pathetic mistakes sometimes? Next time, I will say again: make It simpler.

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To make things simpler, you could also use the heredoc syntax:

http://php.net/manual/en/language.types.string.php

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Take this example and run It:

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PHP/MYSQL String Tricks
They typically do NOT create a new page for the content dynamically. Instead, the information pertaining to that particular data is stored in a database. They use queries in the URL in order to display the data for a specific item.

For example, on YouTube you see something like the following:

The “watch” is the page which handles the data. Notice how practically every video’s page (for standard users) looks just like the rest, except the video and related videos and comments and such are different. That’s because “watch” is like a “master page”.

The “watch” page looks at “v=aBcDEfGhijK”. It looks for the value of ‘v’ and pulls the information for the video with ID ‘aBcDEfGhijK’ from the database. It then displays the relevant information.

Craigslist appears to create a page for each entry. However, that could very well be a simple “trick” known as “URL Shortening”. URL Shortening functions the same way that “page?param=value” URL’s work but they are displayed differently.

If you do still wish to create a page for each new item, however, it is still quite simple. All you need is a “master” page for items. We’ll use that page as a template for new items. Now, when you receive a new item, you simply copy the template file (e.g. itemtemplate.html) to the item’s destination directory, changing the name in the process (e.g. itemone.html). Then, using a server-side language such as PHP or ASP .NET, you would simply “insert” the item’s data into the file.

In the template file you should place something like “{ItemDescriptionPlaceholder}” where the item’s description should go. When you “insert” the item’s description you would use a string replace method like so:

itemtemplateText.Replace(“{ItemDescriptionPlaceholder}”, newItemDescription”)

I hope this all makes sense.


PHP/MYSQL String Tricks
You are screwing It up right here, run this example:


“;

?>

To solve this, just add two apostrophes, like the following:

echo “
“;

It will do the trick.

See how we can make pathetic mistakes sometimes? Next time, I will say again: make It simpler.

——————-

To make things simpler, you could also use the heredoc syntax:

http://php.net/manual/en/language.types.string.php

——————-
Take this example and run It:

Edit your e-mail:
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