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Re: Assembling text into websites

by LesleyB (Friar)
on Oct 24, 2008 at 09:56 UTC ( #719308=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Assembling text into websites

For simple websites TT2 is imo the way to go so you made a good choice there.

I use it to construct both 'dynamic' pages e.g. contact forms, as well as static pages for one site I'm responsible for. If/when you get on to CGI and CGI::Formbuilder the latter provides a TT2 engine so you don't lose out on the work.

I believe both HTML::Template and TT2 transfer well to mod_perl when you get there too

Good luck!

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Re^2: Assembling text into websites
by sparkylu (Monk) on Oct 24, 2008 at 19:41 UTC
    I've worked on a similar project... first time over I just opened the files and printed them off. I should warn you though, it's a very 'not-so-elegant' way of doing it.
    I later found CGI::SSI. Give it a spin : CGI::SSI

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