[nycphp-talk] Many pages: one script
ramons at gmx.net
Mon Aug 6 19:28:09 EDT 2007
Elliotte Harold wrote:
> Here's a simple example: a news site backed by a database. URLs like
> return pages which contain that day's headlines extracted from the
Are those dates consecutive? Means, is there a newspage for each day? If
yes, then this is trivial. Still trivial if they are excluding sundays
> One script, no more, must handle all dates. (I don't really care if
> there are 2 or 3 scripts, but I do not want to have to write a separate
> page for each URL. The number of PHP scripts must be finite and fixed.
> It should not increase with the number of URLs the script services.)
> The only way I've ever seen this done in PHP is by using mod_rewrite,
> though they're a couple of other interesting suggestions in the thread I
> need to explore further. Do you have a suggestion?
Yes, a db table and header("Location: ") redirects that get stuffed
from what the table query returns, plus one redirect for the case the
required resource isn't found.
Unless I am entirely dense, this is what the other posts point to the
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