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Re^9: Web interface and index.pl separated?

by dragonchild (Archbishop)
on Apr 19, 2005 at 17:59 UTC ( #449358=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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in thread Web interface and index.pl separated?

What templating system do you plan to use? All Dreamweaver can make is the templates.
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Re^10: Web interface and index.pl separated?
by Nik on Apr 19, 2005 at 21:12 UTC
    HTML::Template i guess.
      hanks ill try it to do it right away. I think thought that it would be more easier to donwload Dreamweaver MX and create the webpage from scratch and then use the templatin system HTML::Template to insert values in the right places of the Dreamweaver's html output?

      What do you think? Byhand or by Dreamweaver? Also with DW i would be able to create more fancy stuff that i could do with handcoded html.

      ps1. I noticed Greek is not displayes correctly why? ps2. why do we have to use
      's instead of just hitting enter? Its easier with enter. Also in my the html output i have this:
      <option value="&#1105;&#1085;&#1073; &#1084;&#1070;&#1085;&#1093;&#108 +4;&#1073; &#1091;&#1077; &#1100;&#1083;&#1087;&#1093;&#1090; &#1092;& +#1087;&#1093;&#1090; &#1068;&#1088;&#1081;&#1091;&#1092;&#1087;&#1093 +;&#1090;">&#1105;&#1085;&#1073; &#1084;&#1070;&#1085;&#1093;&#1084;&# +1073; &#1091;&#1077; &#1100;&#1083;&#1087;&#1093;&#1090; &#1092;&#108 +7;&#1093;&#1090; &#1068;&#1088;&#1081;&#1091;&#1092;&#1087;&#1093;&#1 +090;</option> <option value="&#1041;&#1075;&#1081;&#1087;&#1090; &#1049;&#1097;&#106 +8;&#1085;&#1085;&#1079;&#1090; &#1087; &#1044;&#1073;&#1084;&#1073;&# +1091;&#1082;&#1079;&#1085;&#1100;&#1090; -- &#1056;&#1077;&#1089;&#10 +71; &#1056;&#1073;&#1080;&#1102;&#1085;">&#1041;&#1075;&#1081;&#1087; +&#1090; &#1049;&#1097;&#1068;&#1085;&#1085;&#1079;&#1090; &#1087; &#1 +044;&#1073;&#1084;&#1073;&#1091;&#1082;&#1079;&#1085;&#1100;&#1090; - +- &#1056;&#1077;&#1089;&#1071; &#1056;&#1073;&#1080;&#1102;&#1085;</o +ption> <option value="&#1041;&#1075;&#1081;&#1087;&#1090; &#1053;&#1077;&#107 +1;&#1083;&#1087;&#1090; &#1087; &#1041;&#1091;&#1082;&#1079;&#1092;&# +1070;&#1090; -- &#1056;&#1077;&#1089;&#1071; &#1041;&#1085;&#1092;&#1 +081;&#1095;&#1089;&#1071;&#1091;&#1092;&#1087;&#1093;">&#1041;&#1075; +&#1081;&#1087;&#1090; &#1053;&#1077;&#1071;&#1083;&#1087;&#1090; &#10 +87; &#1041;&#1091;&#1082;&#1079;&#1092;&#1070;&#1090; -- &#1056;&#107 +7;&#1089;&#1071; &#1041;&#1085;&#1092;&#1081;&#1095;&#1089;&#1071;&#1 +091;&#1092;&#1087;&#1093;</option> <option value="&#1045;&#1093;&#1094;&#1093;&#1087;&#1083;&#1087;&#1075 +;&#1070;&#1084;&#1073;&#1092;&#1073; -- &#1050;&#1068;&#1088;&#1087;& +#1081;&#1087;&#1081; &#1050;&#1068;&#1088;&#1087;&#1093; &#1050;&#106 +8;&#1088;&#1087;&#1092;&#1077;">&#1045;&#1093;&#1094;&#1093;&#1087;&# +1083;&#1087;&#1075;&#1070;&#1084;&#1073;&#1092;&#1073; -- &#1050;&#10 +68;&#1088;&#1087;&#1081;&#1087;&#1081; &#1050;&#1068;&#1088;&#1087;&# +1093; &#1050;&#1068;&#1088;&#1087;&#1092;&#1077;</option> Dont bother about the Greek. I copy pasted from the editor here but i +dont know why it looks so funny. The above html output is produced by this perl code: print p( {-align=>'center'}, font( {-size=>5, -color=>'Lime'}, 'Λόγ +ος Ψυχωφελής και Θαυμάσιος => ' ), popup_menu( -name=>'select', -values=>\@display_files ), + submit('ok'));
      If i try to replace the values in the html with tmpl_var name=something what must i insert and how?

      One by one? What if the selections on the dropdown menu its 100+?

      i must insert code one by one? Whatis the way?

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