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Script to create html pages from text file words

This project was awarded to writersflock for $50 USD.

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$30 - $250 USD
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Project Description

1. Create various html pages (from html template: I will provide that later. This html template has 4 frames - left, right, top bottom.) from the words in the text file
2. Update header and title - from html template
3. Update metatages - from template
4. save the html file in the specified folder (with file name see below)
3. update [url removed, login to view] file

example text file will look like :
watchtv
fly russia
president obama
how to cook

pages generated
[url removed, login to view] - change header and title to "watchtv", add metatag "watchtv"
[url removed, login to view] (if spaces add _)- change header and title to "fly russia", add metatag "fly russia"
[url removed, login to view]
[url removed, login to view]

For middle frame :
1. Create a search request
2. Look through the results
3. Get links from the first 5 (or 10)
4. Grab their titles
5. Grab the beginning of text from page (adding simple likns won't solve the problem it must be the 'real text' from the page)
6. Put into middle frame:
- title (<h1> modified by css)
- grabbed text
- link to the source "Read more..."

For this script budget is small (@$30-40). I don't need any other great functionality, just the raw script whose input will be text file and html template file, script reads each line and creates html webpages from the words. There will be some more work involved in future.

** While bidding specify the script language you will be using and when will you be able to submit. The guy who was selected did not finish the work, so pls make re-read the description and ask any questions before bidding!!!

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