Re: PHP includes -- unique title and meta tags for each page
I'd use a database and a query. Its infintely (ok, not really)
expandable, and has a multitude of other functions that are useful in
other areas. For example, if you store a PageID, HREF, Title, and Meta
tags, you can easily create a function to run a database query based on
your page ID, and echo out the proper information. Furthermore, since
you have HREFs stored, you could do a dynamic navigation. A few
suggestions. If you need code snippets, reply and I'll gladly post.
- Re: DBMS and lisp, etc.
... Naively implemented with SQL, again for 10 ... (1 query for the initial orders, 1 query for each order for its ... soon as you upgrade to the SQL database. ... (eq (order-customer orderA) ...
- Re: OT: SQL
... query processing. ... FROM Employees e, Employees m, Management mgt ... Manager and Employee Salaries. ... The scheme used does not model database files in general, ...
- Re: access 2003
... I removed the parameters from the form query source. ... boxes from the form header, events, code, etc and ran the form query source ... forms queries and the SQL because syntax of the SQL will change randomly. ... the Access 97 database, I wouldn't have thought any expressions would be ...
- RE: Import external data - web query
... Your reply for my query is very extensive, this is for importing a file from ... The data source I want isn't listed in the Select Data Source dialog box. ... information used to connect to a database. ... Check your driver First, make sure you have the right ODBC driver (Open ...
- Re: access 2003
... I removed the parameters from the form query source. ... synchronize combo boxes to the detail section or the parameter form query ... forms queries and the SQL because syntax of the SQL will change randomly. ... the Access 97 database, I wouldn't have thought any expressions would ...