The page you link to creates a dynamic page based upon the ID passed, for example http://www.molmovdb.org/cgi-bin/morph.cgi?ID=va1cbuB-1c9kB, note the ID. To replicate this setup you could use simple templating and a database to render the pages on demand. I suggest a combination of CGI and HTML::Template modules to achieve this, as they provide a fairly low learning curve. HTML::Template Tutorial from the Framework, Templating, and Content Management Systems section of tutorials has concrete examples and takes you through the basics. You can either render the output on demand or create flat files if required (if you couldn't actually run the scripts/database on the server). See also Ovid's CGI Course. Let us know if you have any other questions.
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