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Need software to create multiple html files

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jumboaffe, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. jumboaffe

    jumboaffe Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I need to create a lot of HTML files, all with just a couple of words difference. So far I have used the program "Multiple HTML File Maker", but it was only a trial which has just ended.
    The software had allowed me to create multiple html-files from one seed-file with placeholders like %url%, %name% etc. and the data to fill them with.

    Since I have a website with over 100 very similar pages it is too much work for me to edit every single html file if I want to change the same code for all of them.
    Does anyone know of a similar program or tool to accomplish this?

    Help is greatly appreciated,

    Jumboaffe
     
  2. ilim72

    ilim72 Regular Member

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    Could be easily done with RankJet WAF. You need to create artifact with HtmlTemplate and those placeholders for your url, name, etc.
    Another artifact with those fileds url, name etc. Script will just replace template palceholders with artifact's fields on execution. I know it probably does not make sense to you.
    I can walk you through. You would need to install FREE edition of framework. If you PM me I will help you create script. I still have some free time )
     
  3. seocrab

    seocrab Senior Member

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    I'm going to try this out. Nice to see Linux support :)
     
  4. dking73

    dking73 Newbie

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    I have software that can to exactly what you want, pm me if you want
     
  5. ilim72

    ilim72 Regular Member

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    I went ahead and created video that accomplish that task in RankJet WAF.
    You most likely sill will have questions so don't hesitate to ask here.


    http://youtu.be/mr-dX1E8C0E
     
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  6. jumboaffe

    jumboaffe Registered Member

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    I'll try this out, thanks a lot!
     
  7. KevinK

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    $49... kind of 'spensive. HOWEVER, some good news... you prob' already
    OWN this software ;) [or I can tell you where to get this software for FREE]

    ...drumroll... that'll be $100 please -- thanks!! paid-in-full ... so here's the scoop...

    A HTML file is a text file -- nothing more -- nothing less.


    A long, long, time ago, shortly after the caveman was this thing that developed
    amongst ppl who considered themselves civilized that would shortly get rid of the
    use of paper once and for all... no more cutting down trees -- a paperless society.

    Well, I don't know about you, but if that wasn't bad enough, things got even worserer...
    this thing called 'mail merge' was developed and it quickly produced page after page of
    print for envelope stuffing and mass mailings...

    Now we don't use 'mail merge' much these days, but I'm willing to guess that you have
    some kind of word processing software already that will do this sort of thing automagically!

    Now it's up to you to go out and find it on your hard drive, and if it isn't there, then don't
    despair... there is always OpenOffice. Have a great and 'mail merge' prosperous HTML day!!


    Now if all this digging isn't worth the trouble, then maybe $49 isn't so bad after all. ;)
     
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  8. jumboaffe

    jumboaffe Registered Member

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    This is exactly what I was looking for, awesome!

    I had never heard of 'mail merge' before and I also didn't know OpenOffice, which I used, could create html files by itself.

    Thank you very much for your help.
     
  9. KevinK

    KevinK Junior Member

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    Glad I could help :)
     
  10. fxphil

    fxphil Senior Member

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    Another manual way is to use NOTEPAD ++ and drag all file right into the main screen then do a "replace all in all open documents"