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    Website for cancer survivors - best approach

    Hey everyone,

    I'm going to build a site for cancer survivors where the user starts with one question and depending on the answer they choose it will lead them to another question and so on until they are given a list of links that are helpful to them based on their answers. It would be kind of like a choose your own adventure game. The main topics would be covering disability, employment, and health insurance and the purpose would be to educate the user.

    I'm wondering what the best approach is when setting up the backend of this site. I would need to be able to update links and possibly reword questions easily overtime. Should I make a bunch of static HTML pages that they go through, or is there a better way to do it on the server side so it's a one page site?

    I'm an intermediate web designer who has done mainly front-end development, but I see this as a great opportunity for me to learn more.

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    Id use php and mysql to dynamically pull content in.. Static HTML pages would be time consuming and a lot of files on a server.


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