I'd like to think that this is a simple question, but I've searched many places and am having trouble. I'd like to combine HTML::Template (great tutorials on this btw!) with something like the "node" feature you have on PerlMonks - so that my index.pl looks like:
How do I go about this? Can I do it without MySQL? Idealistically i would be able to type in a number and it would find that information from my database (text files), and display a page that combines my HTML::Template by using the ID tag to parse for the rest of variables on the same line in the text files.
Thanks soooo much!!!!
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