Ok...here's the situation:
I want to create a few thousand web pages for one of my sites.
And I want to have the option to place banners on all the pages related to one topic later.
I want to do this with SSI.
What I want to do is put a code like:
<!--#include virtual="/[url removed, login to view]" --> in all the pages I create.
What I want that to do is serve a banner add based on the <title> </title>title tag of the page.
Lets say the title of the html page with the include is:
<title> credit card companies </title>
The SSI will look at the title tag and look for 1 of 50 words.
(each of the 50 words will be linked with 50 different banners)
Lets say one of the words is "credit" it will find it and include the appropriate banner for a credit card company.
So I guess the [url removed, login to view] file would have some code that said if title tag contains x serve banner x etc...
I wonder if this is plausible and how fast it would be.
It would have to be superfast, even on a site getting lots of traffic.
Thanks and feel free to explain more if you have any ideas on how to accomplish this.
P.S. I added some code to the htt access file so that I can use ssi's on html pages.
The pages will need to have the html extension using this parsing.
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