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Part 4: Part 4: Dynamic Web Sites > Importing External Content

Chapter 23. Importing External Content

Imagine you are designing a large Web site with the same menu on every page. Every time you need to change the menu, you must change every page. Not only is this process time-consuming, but the possibility of making mistakes is high. Wouldn't it be nice to have that menu in one file and import it into each page as the visitor uses the Web site? Then you can correct one file and have the changes reflected throughout the site.

To do this, you need a way to import external content into HTML files. You can use any of three methods, each of which has strengths and weaknesses.


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