In wordpress prospective:
Pages are just posts, with a post_type of ‘page’ in the database. You can show the content of multiple pages on another page by writing a post query in your pageX template that gets the posts you specify and output them in a Loop.
There are three ways to get post content from the database:
These links all point to the WordPress Codex. Get_posts and query_posts have an argument available, ‘page_id’, where you can specify the id of the page you’d like to retrieve and display.
Hi sorry if I’ve caused confusion. It is not a WordPress site that I am referring to. It’s just a regular HTML/CSS website.
To clarify what I am trying to do, I’ll use an example…
I have a web page with a list of products with a small thumbnail image and the a short summary of text beside each product. Each product has its own web page with a larger image and a full product description.
What I want to know is if it is possible to feed content from each product’s page, to the main page containing the full list of products. So I can display the first sentence of each product and a thumbnail version of the large image.
Does this make more sense?
I have heard of something called cURL that can achieve this but I don’t know anything about it.