[Clip] Re: fresh in, old out
- BONG wrote:
> Me too:)) I know many news sites have their oldest news automaticallyIt's not done the way you intend this to be. Many of your descriptions show
> removed somehow
that you coding, but not programming.
A better approach would be:
- make your html page
- split into three parts
- whole site until your marker, save this in header.html
- the part from your marker till the end of marker -> mynews.txt
- the rest -> footer.html
- edit your mynews.txt
- make a clip:
- open mynews.txt
- jump to line 7
- mark everything from here to end
- jump line one
- insert file header.html
- jump endofdoc
- insert footer.html
- save as mynews.html
This is still a workaround, but much easier than your approach.
To keep your html page in one piece:
- write your news in mynews.txt
- write your complete mynews.html
- delete everything from your six lines
- put a text there which will *never* appear anywhere else
- save it.
- make a clip
- open mynews.html
- search for your marker
- replace marker with nothing
- insert mynews.txt here
(This is of course still not the best, but better than nothing)
»So, you're searching for alien life forms? Don't you meet
enough strange people in discussion lists like this one? ;o)«
Anthony V. Vitale
I guess I'll ask some webmasters about the concept first.
Hi Jody & Bong:
I don't know if this will work but you might find something at java
which will work it is freeware and I have gotten some good stuff
there .... their little email snooper has made me allot of new freinds
Navigation -> Day of Month Redirection
0.62 KB * Uploaded May 19 1999
Or maybe you have a separate page for each day of the month.
This script will detect what day of the month it is (1 <-> 31) and
sends the user to [day of month].html (i.e. 1.html, 2.html, etc.)
Happy Stockdoggin ......