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#1 Pebblebreeze  Icon User is offline

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Manage tables on multiple pages?

Post icon  Posted 17 July 2009 - 01:58 PM

I am building a 2000 page website, starting small, and will have a table (directory) on each page.
How can I manage this table so I can update it, then all pages are effected?

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Re: Manage tables on multiple pages?

Posted 17 July 2009 - 05:33 PM

Well you'd do the good old fashioned way, I'd imagine.

CSS can look like this...

TABLE {
  //Attributes
} 


And for anything different, create another class.

TABLE.class {
  //Attributes
}



However, to make a variable-oriented CSS page takes a little more working, most likely involving heavy javascript, or a server-side scripting language.
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Re: Manage tables on multiple pages?

Posted 17 July 2009 - 05:45 PM

You could make several CSS sheets and when you link them in the page, place the one you want the table to inherit from as the very bottom sheet and it will override the other sheets that are duplicate. Or doing what corrupted will probably work just as much.

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