I am new to this forum and I have one quesiton for now:
Is it possible to link several html documents so that one includes the code from an another, similar to the #include command in c? You can do this with css, having many pages refer to a single file but I don't know how, or if this is possible with html code. I would like to be able to modify a single file that contains the code for a menu for example and have that change effect the entire website. If anyone knows how to do this, I would appreciate the help. You can post your responses here or email me at email@example.com
possibly, I am not familar with how to use the method you showed, but you could possibly have the menu file refer to the content files (if I interpret your code correctly). It would be useful if there is a command that redirects the web browser viewing the site temporarilly to a different file and them returns to where it was, ie. having one html file that is split into parts in diferent files. I will try your suggestion. If you have any more advice I would be happy to hear it.
This is the simplest way to just put remote content within a document. If you do what you wish the way above that will require more code to read the query string and identify what to do, it could mean getting the data from a data base or something.