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    SitePoint Member Pickleweed's Avatar
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    Questions on Images, CSS

    I don't know if this is possible or with what program. I am trying to design my site so that almost all changes are done using css or similiar.

    What I would like to find is a way to set up all my main graphics on a similar setup so that when I change them I only have to change one page not every page on my site that uses the graphic. I hope this makes sense. Is this maybe better or possible with SSI, Any ideas?
    Thank Pickleweed

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    You talkin to me? Anarchos's Avatar
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    Yeah you can do this with any server-side scripting language, from SSI (the simplest) to PHP, ASP, JSP, Cold Fusion, etc.
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    Thanks, I guess I better learn how, I have Cold Fusion, and know enough PHP to be dangerous but didn't know it could be done with that. Any idea where I might find some tutorials on it. Hugs Pickle
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    you can also do it simply using css...

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    Super Ninja Monkey Travis's Avatar
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    With PHP, you would probably just split your site into a few sections, those that change and those that don't (change as in dynamic content). Then you just include the ones that don't change (typically a header and footer) in all your files.
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