Thanks so much for asking.
The page is already appearing in the browser using a form, mysql, and php. Visitors are already adding their data to the page. So the answer is "how to save the generated HTML as a separate, static HTML document."
I was hoping per example in above article that since I am already using php to do all the just listed above, that maybe an if statement, while the data is being put on the page, would also send the data and page onto the server in a directory anywhere.
I thought since all the code is already written in php that just adding an if statement to the already there code would be the easiest way. But if someone can think of another way, that would be fine.
I'm confused on something. If the page was then sent on to the server, wouldn't it just be back to its original state when the page was first opened in the browser without the data yet added?
If so, how are people pulling their database info and generating pages automatically with it? I don't believe they are all doing this manually, many people have way to many web pages to do them all one at a time.
Please get back to me, thanks.