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    Starting to-digg-in ********* jamesxv7's Avatar
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    I bet for a PDF.
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    I think there's been a misunderstanding along the way.
    Quote Originally Posted by williamsba
    I would just display them in a list with the most current at the top. Use a smaller font so they are not so messy. Maybe make a table with 2 columns and have 10-15 in each column
    Quote Originally Posted by jerrynyc
    Actually, they want to display the entire article(s) not just a list of the titles!
    I don't think that he means he wants them all on the same page, rather that his problem is the articles, not just the list of the titles. And I think Williamsba was originally refering to a list of the titles with each title linked to the article.

    So, follow your method for making the individual articles into HTML files, and then simply make a list of links to each article in reverse chronological order.
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    Starting to-digg-in ********* jamesxv7's Avatar
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    Are you going to use a Database for your articles?
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    Thanks! That's exactly whatI meant. I especially want to thanks everyone for their imput. I have many times found this forum very helpful in solving problems and am always impressed with the generosity of it's members.
    Quote Originally Posted by ucahg
    I think there's been a misunderstanding along the way.


    I don't think that he means he wants them all on the same page, rather that his problem is the articles, not just the list of the titles. And I think Williamsba was originally refering to a list of the titles with each title linked to the article.

    So, follow your method for making the individual articles into HTML files, and then simply make a list of links to each article in reverse chronological order.

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    You could always leave them as word documents, upload them, and link to the documents directly. Then when you click on the link, the document opens in the browser, as IE has a Word document viewer built in, I think. So there is then no need to convert them.

    Worth a try, as it requires you to do absolutely nothing, and can be tested easily. It may also be possible to link to a Word document viewer that can be downloaded if the user doesn't have IE (or if it turns out that you need Word on your PC for it to work).

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    Tidy has a specific feature for cleaning up MS Word code that has worked well for me.
    http://tidy.sourceforge.net


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