many PHP noobs, they create one small module with tons and tons of pages. that's really bad because you duplicate loads and loads of the same thing! This is made possible using the system-defined variable $_GET, which returns all $_GET variable .. eg index.php?a=b to get the value 'b' you can use $_GET['a'].
what you can do is to combine these pages into one php files. this makes things easy as you are able to backup less files: instead of hundreds of files.
Previously you can have:
now you can have:
Simply in index.php you just have to use IF ELSE statements, or use any other conditional statements.
// display page for postback
// for about page
// for processing
// displaying main page...
This is simple and easy. If you have common template for all the pages, you can combine and put them before or after the IF conditions. Most client browsers identify different GET headers as different pages, so it doesn't affect much of your application.