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Re^4: Web interface and separated?

by Nik
on Apr 19, 2005 at 13:15 UTC ( #449228=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: Web interface and separated?
in thread Web interface and separated?

First of all thnk you for your time, willing and effort to help me help myself :-)

You are right i want to do things but i dont know how to do them, so in this particular thread i opened considering what you are telling me i now have to ask this:

Thank you but it is still complicated. In your opinion whats the easiest way of creating a Perl CGI Webpage and why?

Perl + ? (the way i have it now)
Perl + Dreamweaver ?
Perl + Style Sheets ?
Iam really trying to fugure out the easiest method for implementing this. is ok but it needs a lot of width, height, border, size, font-family and stuff if you ahve it in a a that messes the whole page up.
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Re^5: Web interface and separated?
by dragonchild (Archbishop) on Apr 19, 2005 at 13:25 UTC
    What I do is this:
    • For reading parameters sent to me (either from a form or on the URL), I use CGI.
    • When generating HTML to send back, I use HTML::Template. You can also use Template Toolkit or any number of other excellent templating modules.
    • Within my templates, I use CSS stylesheets as well as Javascript files, as appropriate.

    Others have used Dreamweaver and similar products to maintain their templates and CSS files, but I have not done this.

      Can i use Dreamweaver to pass values to variables in the html i produce with it?
        Do you even understand the question you're asking? Go away and read, then come back and ask.

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