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Old 02-11-2019, 07:10 PM   #7
Steve Rindsberg
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>> because I already know that I can write one set of master pages

You might want to take a look at the program I wrote and use to maintain most of my sites. It was originally meant to create and maintain FAQ sites, so it starts with a template (master page, if you will) for the main index page, and another template for the "Answer" pages. The program itself generates very little HTML; instead it substitutes content (from external files that it can edit or that you can create with a text editor) into "placeholders" in the templates. The templates can be pretty much anything you like; just HTML that the program pours answers into. The templates can include inline CSS, refer to external CSS or use anything else that HTML permits to handle the styling.

Quick description here:

Tutorial here:

The free demo will create up to, IIRC, 25 pages. If interested ping me on my first name at-inna-circle my first name my last name all run together dot com. I'll hook you up with a more recent version than is available on the site.

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