On my site I have 22 pages, and on each page I have links to all the others. So when I add, edit or remove a page I have to edit all 22 pages. I was wondering if there was a way to have the links kept in one file on my server, and have the links from that file show up as links on all my pages.
If you enable PHP on your host, it really is extremely simple to do what you are saying.
All you need is an include file with the links defined as constants.
For example, if you want to reference index.htm then think of a name to call it, home say, then create a text file called something like "links.inc" and define home as a constant who's value is index.htm
Just add more lines for more constants.
Then in your html pages you then place the line
<?php include(links.inc) ?>
And in each html file you replace each link with the appropriate constant..
I have found that I can use Framesets to have a different page that I just show after the main page. How do I make it show up UNDER the main page, but off screen untill I scroll down to where it would be if it were one page...
Framesets are EVIL!!! very bad business... avoid... avoid... avoid... 666 - mark of the beast - etc... I've dealt with them before, I thought they were "easy to manage". The best way to go is php includes.
It's really rather simple. Include all your links in a separate document. Name it whatever you like, links.txt or what-have-you. Now, in your pages, make sure it's got a php extension (.php instead of .html) and where you want the links to be, put this: