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"page Overflow"?


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Guest TASan

I don't know what to call this. I am a html and css newbie, and I was wondering if this is possible:I have a site made in dreamweaver. It is just standard html and css, nothing special. One of my html pages is updated often with new information, and I was just wondering if it is possible to set a max amount of information on one site before it automatically overflows to another site that can be accessed by a "next" button on the bottom? This of course without changing the adressbar from let's say "domain.com/links.html" to "domain.com/links2.html".Bad explanation, but I hope someone understands :)

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Usually you use a server-side language to keep a site updated often, storing articles in a database. Then you can make the front page show the first few articles and have a link to an archive.

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