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I have a news website, with asp pages. It has publishing software which allows you to add articles in a database, and then calls them up from links etc. I have added dynamic meta tags in 2 parts. The first part is in the inc.header.asp file which is called up on every page. The page itself has the meta tag variable, ie. title, description. They work fine on all pages, except the one below i'm having problems with. Ironically it's the most important page, because it's the page that shows the full page article. (view.asp) The reader reaches view.asp by clicking on the article headline in the page before for example here it is called "articlelist.as p". I have included relevant code from the 2 pages here,


Here is a bit of relevant code from the page where the news links are listed (lets call it "articlelist.as p") is this one, and here is one such link, which is a headline, summary and possible image, and other info.

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  1.                     <div align="justify"><a class="aTITLE_BLUE" href="view.asp?ID=<%=NID%>"><%=TITLE%></a><br />                    
  2.                                                 <%IF NOT (IMAGE = "" OR IsNull(IMAGE)) THEN%>
  3.                       <img src="<%=IMAGE%>" width="50" height="50" align="left" />
  4.                       <%END IF%>                    
  5.       <span class="style2"><%= FormatDateTime(POSTED,DATE_F) %></span> <span class="tdSUMMARY"><%= SUMMARY %> </span>
  6.       <%IF NOT I_SIDE = SHOW_HL THEN%>
  7.     </div>
  8.                     <hr align="JUSTIFY">
  9.                     <div align="justify">
  10.                       <%End If%>
When a reader clicks on the link above, it takes them to the complete article which is view.asp page with the added NID article number showing in the url.

What happens at present , is that the meta tags on all the view.asp pages are the same, as i've put them at the top of the view.asp page. Obviously i need to add them to the article when i do it at the admin side of the software. These articles are not as include files Bill, the include files are soemthing else. The articles are pulled up as you will see below.



Below are the relevant parts of the view.asp page, where the article is actually shown. The page is split in 3 columns. The first column is called "left column" there is some code here, which i didn't bother showing you as the article is in the middle column, ie. "main article" column which is where the news article is pulled from the database, and the third column is pulled from "inc.footer.asp ", again irrelevant. Thus the "left column" and "inc.footer " column are no problem, its the "main article" that needs attention and as you will see the title of the article is called from the database. It is included in the page content, but i want to make sure that each view.asp page shows the title and other meta detail . From the code that shows now, the meta tags are always the same no matter what the article as they are added at the top of the view.asp. I need to add them to the database i think. Am i correct? I hope not, i hope i can add them to the article when i am adding it from the admin software.....i tried this, ie. adding it as code, but the problem then was it didn't show in the header of the view.asp page, it showed only in the content of the article when i viewed "view source" from the web.


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  1. <% 
  2. title = "article title" 
  3. meta_description = "the description goes here" 
  4. meta_keywords = "this, is, the, keyword, section," 
  5. %> 
  6. <!--#include file="inc_header.asp"--> 
  7.  
  8.  
  9.  <% Dim SQL, RS, ID, TITLE, CONTENT, SUMMARY, POSTED, ALLOW_C, ALLOW_V, UPDATED, MESSAGE, VOTED, ALLOW_V_MAIN, _
  10.            ALLOW_C_MAIN, NID, AUTHOR, CATEGORIES, AID, USE_VIEW, NIMAGE
  11.           Dim CCOUNT, C_ID, C_NAME, C_EMAIL, C_COMMENT, C_DATE, C_SUBJECT, C_M_ID, C_ALLOW_E, C_CITY, C_COUNTRY, _
  12.               RCOUNT, RID, RTITLE, ACOUNT
  13.  
  14.  
  15.     NID   = Trim(Request.QueryString("ID"))
  16.     VOTED = Trim(Request.Cookies("NEWS_ARTICLE_" & NID))    
  17.     MEMBER_ID = Trim(Session("PMMS_ID"))    
  18.     IF Trim(Session("PMMS_IN")) = "True" THEN blLOGGED_IN = True    
  19.  
  20.     IF IS_VALID_ID(NID) THEN
  21.  
  22.         Call OPEN_DB() 
  23.  
  24.         SQL = "SELECT fldA_V, fldA_C FROM nm_tbl_settings WHERE ID = 1"
  25.         Set RS = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
  26.         RS.LockType   = 1
  27.         RS.CursorType = 0
  28.         RS.Open SQL, MyConn    
  29.              IF NOT RS.EOF THEN
  30.                  ALLOW_V_MAIN = trim(RS("fldA_V"))
  31.                 ALLOW_C_MAIN = trim(RS("fldA_C"))
  32.              END IF
  33.         RS.Close        
  34.  
  35.         SQL = "UPDATE nm_tbl_news SET fldVIEWS = fldVIEWS + 1 WHERE ID = " & NID
  36.         MyConn.Execute(SQL)
  37.  
  38.         SQL = "SELECT fldTITLE, fldCONTENT, fldSUMMARY, nm_tbl_news.fldACTIVE AS ACTIVE, fldAID, fldPOSTED, fldEXPIRES, nm_tbl_news.fldIMAGE AS NIMAGE, fldALLOW_COMMENTS, fldALLOW_VOTING, fldCREATED, fldUPDATE, nm_tbl_agent.fldNAME AS ANAME, nm_tbl_news.fldAID AS AID, fldUSE_VIEW FROM nm_tbl_news, nm_tbl_agent WHERE (nm_tbl_agent.ID = nm_tbl_news.fldAID) AND (nm_tbl_news.fldACTIVE = 1) AND nm_tbl_news.ID = " & NID ' { AND (Now() - {GetDate()} BETWEEN fldPOSTED AND fldEXPIRES)) }
  39.         response.write vbNewLine & "<!-- SQL: " & SQL & " -->" & vbNewLine
  40.         Set RS = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
  41.         RS.LockType   = 1
  42.         RS.CursorType = 0
  43.         RS.Open SQL, MyConn    
  44.              IF NOT RS.EOF THEN
  45.                  TITLE   = trim(RS("fldTITLE"))
  46.                 CONTENT = trim(RS("fldCONTENT"))
  47.                 SUMMARY = trim(RS("fldSUMMARY"))
  48.                 POSTED  = trim(RS("fldPOSTED"))
  49.                 ALLOW_C = trim(RS("fldALLOW_COMMENTS"))
  50.                 ALLOW_V = trim(RS("fldALLOW_VOTING"))
  51.                 UPDATED = trim(RS("fldUPDATE"))
  52.                 AUTHOR  = trim(RS("ANAME"))
  53.                 AID     = trim(RS("AID"))
  54.                 USE_VIEW= trim(RS("fldUSE_VIEW"))
  55.                 NIMAGE  = trim(RS("NIMAGE"))                
  56.              ELSE   
  57.                 MESSAGE = MESSAGE & "<li />This article is currently not available."
  58.              END IF
  59.              response.write vbNewLine & "<!-- SQL: " & SQL & " -->" & vbNewLine
  60.         RS.Close 
  61.  
  62.         CONTENT = ReplaceAuthorTokens(AID, CONTENT)        
  63.         CATEGORIES = GET_CATES(NID)
  64.  
  65.         ' Get settings
  66.         Dim DATE_F
  67.         DATE_F = GET_SETTINGS(False, "fldDATE_F")        
  68.  
  69.         TITLE = PROCESS_SHORTCUTS(False, TITLE)
  70.         CONTENT = PROCESS_SHORTCUTS(False, CONTENT)
  71.         SUMMARY = PROCESS_SHORTCUTS(False, SUMMARY)
  72.  
  73.     ELSE
  74.  
  75.       MESSAGE = MESSAGE & "<li />No article has been found."
  76.  
  77.     END IF
  78.     %>
  79.  
  80.     <% IF NOT MESSAGE = "" THEN %>
  81.         <!--#include file="inc_error.asp"-->
  82.  
  83.         <% Response.End %>
  84.     <% END IF %>            
  85.  
  86.  
  87.     <%IF USE_VIEW = "1" THEN ' News Agency Template %>        
  88.  
  89.  
  90.             <table width="658" align="center" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0" border="0">
  91.               <tr>
  92.                 <td width="150" valign="top">
  93.                     <!-- Left Column -->
  94.  
  95.  
  96.  
  97.                     <!-- [ Left Column ] -->                </td>
  98.                 <td width="460" valign="top">
  99.                     <!-- Main Article -->
  100.  
  101.  
  102.                         <table width="100%" border="0" align="center" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0">
  103.  <tr>
  104.    <td colspan="6" align="left" class="ArticleTitle"><%= TITLE %></td>
  105.    <tr>
  106.     <td align="left" valign="bottom">Filed under  <em><%=CATEGORIES%></em> - on <%= FormatDateTime(POSTED,DATE_F) %>
  107.         <%IF SHOW_AUTHOR = True THEN%> - By: <%=AUTHOR%> <%END IF%> </td>      
  108.  
  109.  
  110.                         <hr size="1" style="color: grey;height: 3px;width: 100%;"/>
  111.    <div class="tdSUMMARY"><%=CONTENT%></div> <br />
  112.  
  113.      <br />
  114.      <br />
  115.  
  116.      <a href="#talkback1" class="CateLink" >Comment on this article! Talkback</a><br />
  117.  
  118.  
  119.  
  120.                         <% END IF ' { IF USE_VIEW = "1" THEN ' News Agency Template  } %>
  121.  
  122.  
  123.   <p>&nbsp;        </p>
  124.                             <p>
  125.  
  126.  
  127.     <%
  128.     MyConn.close     
  129.     Set MyConn = Nothing    
  130.     %>  
  131. <!--#include file="inc_footer.asp"-->    
Aug 30 '07 #1
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jhardman
3,406 Recognized Expert Specialist
From your post, it appears you know how to get the data from the database, but don't know how to put it in your web page. If that is the case, this is the solution:
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  1. <% 
  2. title = "article title" %>
  3. <title><%=title%></title>
  4. <%
  5. meta_description = "the description goes here" %>
  6. <meta name="description" content="<%=meta_description%>">
  7. <%
  8. meta_keywords = "this, is, the, keyword, section," %> 
  9. <meta name="keywords" content="<%=meta_keywords%>">
  10. <!--#include file="inc_header.asp"-->
Although it sure would be useful if this was in the inc_header.asp file. Are you sure it's not there?

Jared
Aug 31 '07 #2
markrawlingson
346 Recognized Expert Contributor
Or is it that you want the meta tags to be different depending on which article they user is looking at? Like if they're looking at "How to build a dog house" then the meta tag would be

Keywords="dog house, dog, house, building, do it yourself, DYI"

or if they're looking at "Home remedies to get rid of a rash"

Keywords="rash, itchy, home remedies, remedies"

??
Aug 31 '07 #3
karen987
114 New Member
Or is it that you want the meta tags to be different depending on which article they user is looking at? Like if they're looking at "How to build a dog house" then the meta tag would be

Keywords="dog house, dog, house, building, do it yourself, DYI"

or if they're looking at "Home remedies to get rid of a rash"

Keywords="rash, itchy, home remedies, remedies"

??
yes MarkRawlingson, that is what i want. Otherwise at the moment, the tags work perfectly onall the pages. They even work on the view.asp page but this is the page that needs to pull up the article from the database. As you can see, the way they are now, they pull up all the same on every page. They work, but i need to draw the variable from the middle of the page from the article in the database. its a stupid complicated problem to me but maybe there is a simple solution?

im not html literate, and i hope i don't have to fiddle with the database, as it was done for me. Im hoping there is a simple solution to this.


The main problem seems to be that the templates for the articles are in the software, which means when i add them to the content of the article they show (only in "view source" though) in the content, not in the header, like i want them to.

Thanks for any tips, bear in mind, im not html literate.
Aug 31 '07 #4
karen987
114 New Member
From your post, it appears you know how to get the data from the database, but don't know how to put it in your web page. If that is the case, this is the solution:
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  1. <% 
  2. title = "article title" %>
  3. <title><%=title%></title>
  4. <%
  5. meta_description = "the description goes here" %>
  6. <meta name="description" content="<%=meta_description%>">
  7. <%
  8. meta_keywords = "this, is, the, keyword, section," %> 
  9. <meta name="keywords" content="<%=meta_keywords%>">
  10. <!--#include file="inc_header.asp"-->
Although it sure would be useful if this was in the inc_header.asp file. Are you sure it's not there?

Jared
Jared, i already have the inc.header file set up, and the meta tags work on all pages dynamically. They even work on the view.asp page.

MarkRawlingson above understood what i meant i think.

Thank you both for replying. Much appreciated:)
Aug 31 '07 #5
markrawlingson
346 Recognized Expert Contributor
It is a simple solution and there are numerous ways you could go about doing this - you COULD include the keywords in the database. It would be the easiest and most direct way of doing things. The only problem is you would have to manually define the keywords yourself before placing them into the database.

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  1. <meta keywords="<%=rs("mykeywords")%>">
  2.  
which would pull your keywords from the database and apply them to the meta tag depending on which article the individual is looking at. Similarly with the other meta.

That would be the simplest and easiest solution, however if you really don't want to touch the database then I would suggest using a SELECT CASE statement or a series of If.. Elseif.. Else.. statements

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  1. <%
  2. SELECT CASE Request.Querystring("id")
  3.      CASE "1"
  4.           sKeywords = "Dog, Dog House, House, DYI, Do It Yourself"
  5.      Case "2"
  6.           sKeywords = "keyword1, keyword2, keyword3"
  7. %>
  8. <meta keywords="<%=sKeywords%>">
  9.  
This could get complicated VERY quickly because you would have to manually input each list of keywords into your script for each individual article.

You could write a very complicated function to scrape the article itself for predefined keywords, based off of the article's title i guess (?), place them into a string, and then put that into the meta tag - that would be a really large pain in the butt.. but the end result would be pretty neat if you could pull it off.
Aug 31 '07 #6
karen987
114 New Member
It is a simple solution and there are numerous ways you could go about doing this - you COULD include the keywords in the database. It would be the easiest and most direct way of doing things. The only problem is you would have to manually define the keywords yourself before placing them into the database.

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  1. <meta keywords="<%=rs("mykeywords")%>">
  2.  
which would pull your keywords from the database and apply them to the meta tag depending on which article the individual is looking at. Similarly with the other meta.

That would be the simplest and easiest solution, however if you really don't want to touch the database then I would suggest using a SELECT CASE statement or a series of If.. Elseif.. Else.. statements

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  1. <%
  2. SELECT CASE Request.Querystring("id")
  3.      CASE "1"
  4.           sKeywords = "Dog, Dog House, House, DYI, Do It Yourself"
  5.      Case "2"
  6.           sKeywords = "keyword1, keyword2, keyword3"
  7. %>
  8. <meta keywords="<%=sKeywords%>">
  9.  
This could get complicated VERY quickly because you would have to manually input each list of keywords into your script for each individual article.

You could write a very complicated function to scrape the article itself for predefined keywords, based off of the article's title i guess (?), place them into a string, and then put that into the meta tag - that would be a really large pain in the butt.. but the end result would be pretty neat if you could pull it off.
thnak you MarkRawling

well i have to add each article manually into the database throught the admin. USing a template. I prefer the 2nd method, if there isn't anything better, Where does the code actually go on the page? ie. where do i put it?

I think the last solution would be the best, if i could pull up the title from the title string that would be great. and Description could be the first 10 words of the summary, or something
Aug 31 '07 #7
markrawlingson
346 Recognized Expert Contributor
It will go somewhere at the top of your page, so that you can define the keywords - and then set them into the meta tags.

so...

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  1. <%
  2. 'pull down the ID from the querystring that pertains to the record that you want to set keywords for
  3. select case Request.QueryString("id")
  4.      Case "1" 'If the ID from the qstring = 1 Then the keywords will be as follows
  5.           sKeywords = "some, keywords, associated, with, the, article"
  6.      Case "2" 'if the id from the qstring = 2 then the keywords will be different
  7.           sKeywords = "some, keywords, which, are, different"
  8. End Select
  9. 'You're setting the keywords into a variable, and then spitting that variable out into the meta tag. Whatever 'sKeywords' holds, the meta tag will hold. You could set your description and other meta tags similarly.
  10. %>
  11. <html>
  12. <head>
  13. <title><%=articletitle%></title>
  14. <!--Set the keywords into the meta tag itself. -->
  15. <meta keywords="<%=sKeywords%>">
  16. </head>
  17. <body>
  18. </body>
  19. </html>
  20.  
I do warn you though, If you do it this way you will have to manually define different keywords for each article.. if you don't they won't show up. So say you have 1000 articles... Well, you get the picture!

The last solution would be very difficult to accomplish.. You would have to basically have an asp function written that would grab the title of the article, and cross reference the content of the article, scraping out keywords from it that pertain to the title - and then set the keywords into the meta tag. It depends on your level of expertise.

Sincerely,
Mark
Aug 31 '07 #8
karen987
114 New Member
It will go somewhere at the top of your page, so that you can define the keywords - and then set them into the meta tags.

so...

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  1. <%
  2. 'pull down the ID from the querystring that pertains to the record that you want to set keywords for
  3. select case Request.QueryString("id")
  4.      Case "1" 'If the ID from the qstring = 1 Then the keywords will be as follows
  5.           sKeywords = "some, keywords, associated, with, the, article"
  6.      Case "2" 'if the id from the qstring = 2 then the keywords will be different
  7.           sKeywords = "some, keywords, which, are, different"
  8. End Select
  9. 'You're setting the keywords into a variable, and then spitting that variable out into the meta tag. Whatever 'sKeywords' holds, the meta tag will hold. You could set your description and other meta tags similarly.
  10. %>
  11. <html>
  12. <head>
  13. <title><%=articletitle%></title>
  14. <!--Set the keywords into the meta tag itself. -->
  15. <meta keywords="<%=sKeywords%>">
  16. </head>
  17. <body>
  18. </body>
  19. </html>
  20.  
I do warn you though, If you do it this way you will have to manually define different keywords for each article.. if you don't they won't show up. So say you have 1000 articles... Well, you get the picture!

The last solution would be very difficult to accomplish.. You would have to basically have an asp function written that would grab the title of the article, and cross reference the content of the article, scraping out keywords from it that pertain to the title - and then set the keywords into the meta tag. It depends on your level of expertise.

Sincerely,
Mark
OK, so i put this at the top of the view.asp page you mean?

i understand that,

but are 2 querystrings necessary, ie. "if"?
if querystring is 1,
if querysting is 2

or does it mean that for each article it continues, ie. 1, then 2 then 3, so if i had 1000 articles i would need to add 1000 times? this would mean i'd have a very long view.asp page?
Aug 31 '07 #9
markrawlingson
346 Recognized Expert Contributor
but are 2 querystrings necessary, ie. "if"?
if querystring is 1,
if querysting is 2
They wouldn't be necessary if you had a field in your database that held the keywords. Because then you could just "SELECT * FROM [tblArticles] WHERE iIDColumn = " & Request.Queryst ring("id")

Which would pull on only one specific record, pertinent to the one that the user is looking at. Then you could just pull the keywords out of a column in your table, and pop them into the meta tag - clean and easy.

However, if you don't want to / can't mess around with the database then you have to improvise.

So the suggestion is an improvisation - You are 100% correct that you will need to write out

Case #
sKeywords = "the keywords"

For each and every single article. A tedious process, and yes the view.asp page will be longer than 10 arm lengths... that you will have to keep adding to.

There's no two ways about it - You need to know two things : What article the viewer is looking at, and what keywords/meta information is relative to that specific article.
Sep 1 '07 #10

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I have some simple dynamic content pages (included below). I need to know how to add specific meta tags (ie. description, keywords, ect.), as well as extra specific header coding to a page. I would like to have these on the Links page. Is this possible? and how?...
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by: karen987 | last post by:
I want to draw out records from the database, and use them in my meta tags. I only want to use one record, which is called "TITLE", and i want to use this in the "title", "keywords", and "description", in other word the content of all 3 is "TITLE" I have page called "view.asp" whose relevant code is as below. The meta tags are in...
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by: Nick | last post by:
Hi there, I am adding a meta redirect tag to the page dynamically on 2 separate pages in asp.net. One of the pages it works fine, and 5 seconds after the page appears, the redirect occurs. On another page, the redirect is completely ignored, so I have a couple of questions. 1. Any idea what could prevent redirection? 2. Any idea...
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Oralloy
by: Oralloy | last post by:
Hello folks, I am unable to find appropriate documentation on the type promotion of bit-fields when using the generalised comparison operator "<=>". The problem is that using the GNU compilers, it seems that the internal comparison operator "<=>" tries to promote arguments from unsigned to signed. This is as boiled down as I can make it. ...
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by: Hystou | last post by:
Overview: Windows 11 and 10 have less user interface control over operating system update behaviour than previous versions of Windows. In Windows 11 and 10, there is no way to turn off the Windows Update option using the Control Panel or Settings app; it automatically checks for updates and installs any it finds, whether you like it or not. For...
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tracyyun
by: tracyyun | last post by:
Dear forum friends, With the development of smart home technology, a variety of wireless communication protocols have appeared on the market, such as Zigbee, Z-Wave, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. Each protocol has its own unique characteristics and advantages, but as a user who is planning to build a smart home system, I am a bit confused by the...
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agi2029
by: agi2029 | last post by:
Let's talk about the concept of autonomous AI software engineers and no-code agents. These AIs are designed to manage the entire lifecycle of a software development project—planning, coding, testing, and deployment—without human intervention. Imagine an AI that can take a project description, break it down, write the code, debug it, and then...
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isladogs
by: isladogs | last post by:
The next Access Europe User Group meeting will be on Wednesday 1 May 2024 starting at 18:00 UK time (6PM UTC+1) and finishing by 19:30 (7.30PM). In this session, we are pleased to welcome a new presenter, Adolph Dupré who will be discussing some powerful techniques for using class modules. He will explain when you may want to use classes...
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by: conductexam | last post by:
I have .net C# application in which I am extracting data from word file and save it in database particularly. To store word all data as it is I am converting the whole word file firstly in HTML and then checking html paragraph one by one. At the time of converting from word file to html my equations which are in the word document file was convert...
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by: TSSRALBI | last post by:
Hello I'm a network technician in training and I need your help. I am currently learning how to create and manage the different types of VPNs and I have a question about LAN-to-LAN VPNs. The last exercise I practiced was to create a LAN-to-LAN VPN between two Pfsense firewalls, by using IPSEC protocols. I succeeded, with both firewalls in...
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by: adsilva | last post by:
A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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muto222
by: muto222 | last post by:
How can i add a mobile payment intergratation into php mysql website.

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