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Dear Monks,

Thank you gamache, will try that immediatly

Good point toolic, here's the output od the first template :

novembre 2007 </td> <td colspan="2" align="right"> <div id="date"> Mercredi 21 novembre &nbsp; </div> </td> </tr> <tr> <td class="titlebar1"> </td> <td class="titlebar2" width="80px" align="righ +t"> <a class="white" href="/cgi-bin/inlook / &month= 10&year= 07"> &raquo; octobre &nbsp; </a> <td class="titlebar2" width="80px" align="righ +t"> <a class="white" href="/cgi-bin/inlook / &month= 12&year= 07"> &raquo; décembre &nbsp; </a> </td> </tr> </table> </div>

ikegami, as I agree with you totally, that's what I did first with Html::Template. But the goal of the game is to keep the installaion of the script as simple as 'upload ,run'. And sorry, I was unable to find the regexp :)

Thank you fellow Monks

And have a nice day

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In reply to Re^2: lost in eval and regexp by lepetitalbert
in thread lost in eval and regexp by lepetitalbert

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