DoppyNL wrote:Mine is easy-er because I've got only one file on my webserver (index.php)
ALL pages are generated form that and some code is fetched from the database and everything is dynamic and can be changed from on the site itself (you need a password for that ofcourse). :D :wink:
You top that! :wink: :wink:
"/me wonders when this post will be closed" :mrgreen:
Jay wrote:So you tell me Mr Smartypants, if you've just got your index.php file, and someone requests http://www.yoursite.com/this/dir/something/page.php, how does that fetch your index page which would be at http://www.yoursite.com/index.php?
Jay wrote:And believe me, my site is fully dymanic. I've got quite a few different functions and classes in use. Problem is all that code makes the page bloated, so I keep them all in a central reservoir, and when the script needs a function it can't find, it'll pull it out of the reservoir so it's faster?
DoppyNL wrote:I've also got quite some functions and pieces of code and most of them are fetched from the database and are only "loaded" when needed.
I fetch them from the database (and store some in session-data) because I find include's terribly slow :S:S
Anyway, it seems were both using some fancy code :)
Greetz MrSmartypants ;)
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