This is a framework for serving web pages. Instead of loading individual static HTML pages, a Perl script is ran that loads them dynamically, insuring a richer web experience for the user and an easier time for the developer.
QSite is a framework for serving web pages. It allows for a consistent look and feel among pages without the need of copying and pasting. Basically, instead of loadig static HTML pages, the website loads a script called q.pl, which is then given a parameter, which is a keyword to a specific page. The page is loaded and processed, with the results displayed. This allows for a richer experience for the viewers of the web page and an easier time for the developer.
10 July 2006
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