eugenet at mailcity.com
Sat Apr 1 21:23:49 CST 2000
See Perl Journal Issue #12 (Volume 3, Issue 4, Winter98). It's got an article on dynamically generating navigation bars by Lincoln Stein.
On Sat, 1 Apr 2000 15:16:40 Russ Schnapp wrote:
>I'm putting together a web site for a small company, basically
>placing their catalog online. I want to have a nice, heirarchical
>navigation bar on each page, and I don't want to rely on any fancy
>I'm planning to approach this by having a PERL script process
>each page in the site, inserting the appropriate nav bar code into
>each page. I figure that the main input to the script would be a file
>1. what HTML code to use in order to display each level in the
>2. a description of the heirarchy, indicating which source file
>occupies which position
>The source files would have a special tag (e.g., <navbar/>) that the
>script would replace with the code generated in this manner.
>Before I go off and design/write this thing from scratch, It occurred
>to me to see if anyone knows whether such a thing already exists.
>Any suggestions? (Yes, this is right on topic for what was
>supposed to have been presented at last month's meeting!)
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