Inserting Python commands into HTML documents
tvassila at siac.com
Mon Apr 14 15:58:56 CEST 2003
Try using Python Service Objects (pso) ,see:
user guide: http://www.scriptfoundry.com/modules/pso/doc/pso-guide.html
and building a site in 10 minutes:
I am an extremely new member of the Python family. I had a job interview
where they charged me with the task of creating a (fake) corporate
website using Python in ten days--with two left now.
The problem is that what I have read seems to say Python is a CGI
language... Am I remiss in believing that my website is going to be
completely run from inside a couple .PY files in the CGI-BIN?
Is there a way for it to act more like PHP, as in run Python commands
from inside the (index|contacts|about|etc).html or at least simulate
that behavior? (This is on a linux server and I am not to use PHP, FYI.)
Thank you all for any assistance!
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