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I take your point, but I'm a firm believer in using the right tool for the job. Some simple CGI scripting could replicate the functionality demonstrated in the example site. IMHO doing it right the first time would be easier than messing around with a word processor should.


In reply to Re^4: Best Perl Module for creating multiple web pages with different information in them? by marto
in thread Best Perl Module for creating multiple web pages with different information in them? by fraizerangus

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