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That what i want to do, but those stuff take place inside perl script code. If the user request a web page from my website, how the will be called with that webpaeg request as parameter so that it know for WHAT webpage he need to add, display counter?

I have no php code any more inside my html pages, just pure html code made from dreaweaver that the uyser clicks on them. How all the above take place?

In reply to Re^2: From php to perl + template solution by Nik
in thread From php to perl + template solution by Nik

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