I have a content website generator. It pulls data from Yahoo Answers and Youtube into a php file.
There is a [url removed, login to view] file which generates a menu of options according to the keywords.
Via a .htaccess it auto generates pages using a [url removed, login to view] for each of those keywords.
So in essence filling in the [url removed, login to view], using 2 php files, .htacces and a [url removed, login to view] you can create a site with content. (also uses a [url removed, login to view]).
I need to replicate this many times, creating many many files. This is fine, but a pain to maintain or make changes.
Using a directory type script, a DB and placing the main [url removed, login to view] as a detailed page in the CMS, I can ALMOST create what Im looking for, but something breaks somewhere.
Its probably something simple PHP related, but I dont program, so here is the job.
I need to merge the files into a directory script (I have it already) and via the script admin panel add the keywords, names etc (all would go into the [url removed, login to view]), but what breaks is the menu which looks for the .htaccess in the local folder, and makes a nonexisting url via .htaccess.
The PHP files are not encoded and am almost sure it wouldnt take more than a couple of hours to merge.