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Your Mother...Hopefully I will only need this one file to build the framework for all of the rest. I am thinking about naming it base.pl then do "base.pl" on every page of the site or something similar. If I understood the module making mojo, I would probably be able to use base, but that requires more than I know now.

The first thing I need to know is how to grab file and directory names. I haven't been able to find anything on google about getting things from the environment, if that is the correct term. Then I have to learn how to write a regex. Fun, fun, fun.

As for the other files, the ones that I do not want to include in the navigation, do not worry. I will still be using my css file, images, and any javascripts that can not be replaced with Perl. What I was discussing is where to put them. See below.

/root
 /files - Where everything that is not meant for the viewing public goes.

-or-

/root
 /css - Where my style sheet(s) will go. (I may break it up into smaller pieces.)
 /images - Where my images will go.
 /javascripts - Where my javascripts will go.
 /other - Where everything else that is not meant for the viewing public goes.

-or-

/root
 /files
  /css - Where my style sheet will go.
  /images - Where my images will go.
  /javascripts - Where my javascripts will go.
  /other - Where everything else that is not meant for the viewing public goes.

When I write the navigation, I will exclude those directories from it. I am just not sure which way I want to go right now. Currently, I have everything crammed into the root directory that is site wide like my style sheets, images, etc. I may go with the first or third option, since it would be easier to exclude just one directory, than four or more.

Have a nice day!
Lady Aleena

In reply to Re^2: Seeing Perl in a new light by Lady_Aleena
in thread Seeing Perl in a new light by Lady_Aleena

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