Problem: Adding pages to phpslash requires
addtional work of copying and then fine tuning
exsiting page to get desired results.
Solution: Create a script (shell or possibly php)
that copies a skeleton phpslash page and salts to
taste to use content from the db or perhaps a static
HTML page or a template.
Technical Discussion: Some CMS's use a loader
script to enable such content to be generated
using the path_info, like
One could also use a scriptalais directive, a
rewrite rule, or change the default handler to php
This doesn't work with phpslash's goal of being
able to work in a hosted environment where one
may not have the luxury of access to httpd.conf or
these option might not be availible. thus a script
that generates a page in the phpslash structure to
enable cutom content would be desireable. Such
a script should ask the user where the data is
coming from, desired section or topic, layout,
blocks, enable comments etc..
The resulting page should probably have as little
in it as possible and leave as much as possible to
a object it subclasses or page it includes, that way
cutom pages built on phpslash can be easily
updated with phpslash.