Using the code
Then, you will have to break your website up into sections (ones that change often). For example, Header, Side Menu, and Footer. The main content of the page usually varies between pages, so any thing that changes here will have to be done by manually editing the file.
Break your page up into sections like this:
You will use one of these for each section that you want to be able to edit quickly.
Document.Write to it. Like this:
document.write('<h1 align="center">Quick Edit Test Page</h1>');
The content that you want to be able to change quickly is all in the
Document.Write. All content must stay on one line, no line breaks can be used (which limits the organization of your code).
Well, that's about it. This is a crazy work-around, but it works. I wouldn't suggest it for anything serious like a business website, but for a simple personal website, it works fine.