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    Default Webpage Structure (Proficiency Levels) Advice Requested, Please

    Hey Guys,

    Thanks for stopping by - I appreciate your time.

    I already have the website content/text I want to show -
    However, the content is both educational/hobbyist as well as being Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced/Expert.
    The site is for disabled people and is/will be free to access.

    My problem is how do I structure a website that allows me to:

    - Prominently show the apparatus involved
    -Allow the visitor to select between Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced/Expert levels so that the webpage is not overloaded with information and text.

    Any thoughts, please?

    I have spent the last few months researching this,
    and I have not found anything that comes close to my model,
    so I'm hoping the collective minds here might help (please).

    Many thanks indeed.

    Kev.

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    You could use GET requests to distinguish the levels. I'll make a simplish example using php below...

    webpage is: http://www.site.com/index.php

    on this page

    PHP Code:
    <a href="?level=begin">Beginner</a>
    <a href="?level=int">Intermediate</a>
    <a href="?level=advance">advance</a>
    <div id="content">
    <?php
    if(isset($_GET['level'])) {
    $page_load $_GET['level'];
    if (
    $page_load == "int" || $page_load == "advance" || $page_load == "begin") {
    include(
    $page_load ".php");
    }
    }
    ?>
    </div>
    The assumes you have 3 files begin.php, int.php, and advance.php with the specific content to each. For a more detail answer please post a link or code.
    Last edited by bluewalrus; 06-24-2010 at 02:55 PM.
    Corrections to my coding/thoughts welcome.

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    Hi BlueWalrus,

    Sorry for the delay in getting back - I had to nip out.

    Many thanks indeed for your reply; it looks very interesting -
    and thank you massively for your time and effort.

    Yes, please, I'd very much like additional info on this, when you can. ;-)

    Cheers,
    Kevin

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