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Mayur PandeCourses Plus Student 11,711 Points
How do I go about creating a web page, that has a set template for it?
For example what I want to be able to do is. I will have a portfolio with video items in it. If a user were to click one of the video items, I would want it to link to another page, that has a set template (so it would have the same layout if I clicked on any other video item) and then it could update the url accordingly and grab the data required.
So if I had a video with the name andrex the url would show;
where /template/ is the name for the template I have designed.
I hope this makes sense.
Kevin Korte28,147 Points
A lot of frameworks make this really easy. For instance, the php framework Slim would be great for this, as it allows you to define routes, and set templates for those routes.
I'm actually not sure how I'd attack this from scratch, as there would be a fair amount of logic that would have to be considered. But you could also try to reverse engineer a framework that already provides this, and figure a lightweight solution of your own based on that.