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    Xbox why have you forsaken me? moospot's Avatar
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    Is there any easy way to create a site map?

    I am using Dreamweaver and I can create an image file of my site map, but I want to create an HTML version. Since I have a couple hundred pages, I wasn't really jumping up and down with joy in anticipation of coding this thing. Does anyone know of a program that will create an HTML site map (hopefully in a decent format)?

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    Well...there are some perl and php scripts out there that can do it for you. Check around. However, I'll tell you the way I do it.

    At every sub-section in my site I have dynamic menus using PHP includes. So on the site map page its easy..I just put those includes...so if I make a change in a subsection of my site on that particular menu...it changes there and on the site map page automatically.

    Hope this gives you some ideas.

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    Xbox why have you forsaken me? moospot's Avatar
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    Im using an ASP enabled site, BTW. Im not too familiar with PERL or PHP. Maybe I can set up a script to query the db and get all the products. Still wondering if there is anything simpler though.

    Thanks for the idea though

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    Check at www.hotscripts.com. They have a pretty large collection of ASP scripts.
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    Here's a very simple PHP script to link all files of a certain extension (.phtml in this case) in the current directory :
    PHP Code:
    $dh opendir("."); 
    while(
    $file readdir($dh)){ 
        if (
    preg_match("/\.phtml/",$file,$blah)){ 
            print 
    "<a href=\"$file\">$file</a><br />\n"
            } 

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    Xbox why have you forsaken me? moospot's Avatar
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    This is completely off topic, but can I run a PHP script on my page without installing anything/?

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    No, you need PHP....

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    was afraid of that

    I will check out the PHP forums for help.

    Thanks everyone


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