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Re^3: Include Bootstrap Files in Perl Script?

by jfroebe (Parson)
on May 10, 2016 at 20:44 UTC ( #1162663=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Include Bootstrap Files in Perl Script?
in thread Include Bootstrap Files in Perl Script?

Hi Glenn,

Your question is pretty vague. Think about how you would form the question using C# or whichever .NET language you're used to. A better question would be, I have an old Perl script that uses CGI.pm that I need to update to add the following to the output but here is the (sanitized version) script I need to update simplified:

Your code would go here.  Preferably it would be code that would execute but code snippets can also be used

Perl is the uber-tool of doing just about anything. There are many many ways of doing something. How to add those css and javascript to your code will depend on what your code looks like, what modules, if any, are being used and whether it uses a template system.

While we would love to help you, you have to help us help you :)

Jason L. Froebe

Tech Blog

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Re^4: Include Bootstrap Files in Perl Script?
by glennpm (Novice) on May 10, 2016 at 21:32 UTC
    Thanks Jason,

    I've looked at the shopping cart screens on an iPhone and don't look too bad in term of a "shopping experience" but the <form> buttons are really small and you can't read the text in the buttons.

    These 2 perl scripts were written by a perl expert in 1997 and is basically a complete shopping cart I need to continue to use for various reasons. Even though I'm very technical, the code is "all over the place" and messy. Even the guy who wrote it confirms this.

    The first script is the first part of the shopping cart and the second one is the secure script that is on a SSL layer.

    Should I post the whole scripts in this forum you think in order to seek advice from the perl guru's here? They are both very long 13K-14K lines in 2 .PL files.

    Thanks, Glenn
      The first script is the first part of the shopping cart and the second one is the secure script that is on a SSL layer... They are both very long 13K-14K lines in 2 .PL files.
      Perhaps you do need to hire someone as that sounds very fragile. Try upwork.com - I know there are some Perl people on there who are also active on PerlMonks or StackOverflow. I would suggest only hiring one of those.

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