[nycbug-talk] Simple PHP-based website
matt at atopia.net
Wed Apr 23 15:50:57 EDT 2008
I'm writing a PHP-based website for a small start-up company. The website
is for the most part static content, with a little dynamic content on the
sides here and there.
Now, for a complex dynamic PHP/MySQL/AJAX based website, I would use some
sort of templating system or something, but I feel like doing that would
be overkill for a project like this.
I've even thought of writing a "fake" modularized setup - where each area
of the site is simply a PHP include which I can then branch out. But
then, I feel like once again, even that's overkill if the content isn't
changing from page load to page load.
So now, I've resorted to possibly just using a header/footer type setup.
Do people even use that anymore? Is that kind of setup frowned upon
Thanks for any advice!
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