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Marc Belcourt

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Nov 30, 1996, 3:00:00 AM11/30/96
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Help....
I am trying to create a script that will generate an html document, give
it a name, archive it, and return a page to the person who sent the form
that will inform the sender of the new html document's address ie. URL.

This is for a christmas card page that will be used to generate free
cards that will live for one week and then be deleted.

now it lives at http://griffin.multimedia.edu/~christms

and will hopefully be fully edited and ready to go by the first week of
december.

Please help me as I don't waqnt to spend my holidays typing out html
documents.

Thank you
Marc Belcourt
mbel...@griffin.multimedia.edu

brian d foy

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Nov 30, 1996, 3:00:00 AM11/30/96
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In article <57o5js$i...@Holly.aa.net>, Marc Belcourt
<mbel...@griffin.multimedia.edu> wrote:

: I am trying to create a script that will generate an html document, give


: it a name, archive it, and return a page to the person who sent the form
: that will inform the sender of the new html document's address ie. URL.

:

[snip]

:
: Please help me as I don't waqnt to spend my holidays typing out html
: documents.


are you looking to hire someone or do you have a question? are you having
a problem with your script? if so, what's not working correctly?

Rich Bowen

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Dec 4, 1996, 3:00:00 AM12/4/96
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Marc Belcourt wrote:
:
: Help....

: I am trying to create a script that will generate an html document, give
: it a name, archive it, and return a page to the person who sent the form
: that will inform the sender of the new html document's address ie. URL.
:
: This is for a christmas card page that will be used to generate free

: cards that will live for one week and then be deleted.
:
: now it lives at http://griffin.multimedia.edu/~christms
:
: and will hopefully be fully edited and ready to go by the first week of
: december.
:

There are numerous postcard programs on the net that do a similar thing
to what you are asking. Mine is located at http://www.rcbowen.com/perl/
and there are many others. I saw a page once that listed a few hundred
of 'em, but I seem to have lost that address.

Rich
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