This is how I want the program to work with no human intervention once the pages have been uploaded: 1) I have a web page template ie: a home page with no content apart from a header and a footer 2) I have 360 plain white html articles on say cars in my directory in a folder called articles for eg. 3) every day one new article is placed in the template therefore changing the index page content everyday. 4) once the article has been posted on the index page for that day a link is added to a sitemap page. 5) this goes on for 360 days until all the articles have been posted for one day and there are 360 links to them on the sitemap page. 6) if i wish to add more article then all I do is upload them to the articles folder. Now there might be a need for an admin section so if say I wanted to pause the posting of articles for a day or a week I can login and just pause it, or if I wanted to post two articles a day or one every two days then I can set it accordingly. This how ever might not be the case but if it can be included then it would be better. I realize that this would have to be php and that’s fine. Think of it as more of rss feed posting articles into a website or something more like wordpress then I think you might get what I am trying to do. Basically it is a web site that builds it self from the articles it posts. And which all spiders can follow the link on the home page to the sitemap. On another not if a visitor views the site map and wants to view a previous post then they can do and it will appear in the template, but not inter fearing with what others are viewing obviously. I don’t want you to think that I think you guy don’t know what you are doing I am just trying to explain it as simple as possible. Thanks.
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to run on a unix server