I am a member of this forum: http://www.accessforums.net
When you create a new thread there, it produces a brand new html page instead of querying a mysql database and displaying that way. Can anyone tell me how this is done?
I want to be able to write short technical articles for my website, but not keep the entire content in a database field and query it. Basically, I want to write them in either a .txt or a .doc file, or html file, or whatever, and have them display AS IS on my website. Is that possible? And if it is, do I have to upload these files one by one, or in one big directory?
Would anyone know how that forum i mentioned above is doing it? Surely they don't have space on their servers to be storing a million html pages like that. Here is an example of a thread created: http://www.accessforums.net/access/f...ning-9823.html
As you can, no query string. Just a URL. may I have some enlightenment from anyone here? thanks so much!