“The presence in Washington, DC, of very senior Chinese officials who are conveying the necessary message that the agreements must be implemented if a catastrophe is to be avoided, is reportedly having an effect [see foot of this report]: not least because the G-20
countries gathering for their meeting in St. Andrews, Scotland, are waiting to hear the outcome so that they can instruct their Governments in the event of further last-ditch intransigence by Merkel and the Bush-Clinton Box Gang of World Class criminals who have at last been cornered.
Sherwin, In theory you have it correct. It really depends on how different each design is. If they are all completely different (quite an undertaking!) then yes you would need custom code for each page. However, if many/most of the pages would share common elements, ie. a certain sidebar will show on pages 1, 5, 27, 45, etc. then you could write functions for each of those page elements and create cascading if-then-else statements to ‘mash-up’ your pages as you need them to appear. Each distinct page element would need its own function. Let me know if you have any questions. Hope this helps.