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    very good, but I still cannot understand, I wish to learn more and teach me please, tks
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    if you dont' understand then how can you say that it's very good ?
    usually you find all this articles in books.
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    How to extend this to a "normal" website ?


    Hi,

    Good Article ! I'd like to implement this in my website.
    However, my website is currently a bunch of .html textfiles with SSI, and some php & perl scripts (integrated some webapps).
    IE: I don't have a SQL back-end for the pages.
    Would it be possible to memorize the URL of the page instead of the article/section ?
    What are your thoughts ?
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    very good, I mean the websiteS designed with php seems alive and the users can interactive/communicate with each other, the pages are more friendly and more human, the users can put their ideas and thought immediately on the same page after they read the pages like this page you sent to.
    I used design some pages for somebody, but those pages do not alive, users can communicate with the webmater through filling the predesigned form or by email. But, through the php, the webmaster can monitor how people react on your content and design, you can see what the users are doing, many other things.

    I don't understand means I don't know to use PHP to design a website liker your, alive. I don't know to use PHP design my pages. Here, in Malaysia, it is hard to find a place to learn PHP.

    by the way, my system is win95/98
    I use frontpage98 and Netobjects fusion 4.0 to design my pages, and those pages are mostly for NGOs, volunteer basis.

    so I am very happy to see those pages designed by using PHP are good, in the same time I don't know how to use PHP design my pages, can you teach me? TQS



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    mr ma is a stupid idoit.
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    Re: How to extend this to a


    Where do you plan to store the comments?
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    Re: How to extend this to a


    http://yelvington.com/annotate.php3
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    Great Tutorial....


    This is soo kewl..
    very simple/clear to understand, straight to the point and it targets the things you are likely to have problems with.. this is easy to integrate with my current page with just a few/mimor changes...

    thankx! Vikram Vaswani
    keep them comming..
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    Making this better?


    Ok. I think that this is really nice & well explained. However, what might be better is to use a MYSQL database to update the html articles themselves, and provide certain users the ability to write articles from a browser themselves. Does anyone have any ideas how to implement this? The only problem that I forsee is the article number and id that is used to define each article.
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    Re: How to extend this to a


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    This tutorial


    I tried to walk through this tutorial today, and when I clicked to go to the next page, I received a page unavailable error. Just to give you a heads up.



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    Generating Article ID's


    The ideal solution of course is to provide
    an ID Server that would provide the next
    available Article ID.

    In the simplest case you could write a
    C++ program that uses a mutex to avoid contention and that kept the latest ID
    stored in a file.

    The ID Server could be implemented as a
    simple command that is invoked locally
    on the web server. This is the low end
    solution.

    If you have a large scale system it should
    be implemented as a client/server app.
    This could be done quite simply in C++
    using sockets. If you decide that you
    want to implement more complex services
    than just an ID Server then Corba may
    be more suitable than using sockets.

    Of course you'll still be faced with
    scalabilty issues as it gets dfficult to
    run more than a single server for a given
    ID space. You could have one ID Server
    for each Category from the example provided.
    Beyond that you would best be served by
    a DB Application Service such as Oracle
    Parrallel Server.



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    Your link to PHPbuilder is off by a w


    hey just thought you might want know that your PHPBuilder link is WWWW.phpbuilder.com

    Later
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    Re: Generating Article ID's


    Why don't you just use a table that generates the unique id, and lock the table prior to the transaction?

    Lock tabe
    get next id
    perform whatever needs to be performed
    Unlock table
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    I agree
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