I apologize in advance if this post comes across as scattered or otherwise hard to follow. I also also apologize if there is some location where this has been asked and answered before. I did skim the posted topics, as well as some search results and didn't find what I was looking for. Likewise, Google wasn't any help, though I could have been unclear in what I was looking for. I have been tasked with redesigning a site at work that isn't more than 10 pages total at the moment. There is an external css document that provides the styling for divs and everything else. The problem that is currently bugging my boss is that if a change needs to be made to the header, footer, navigation bar, etc., each page has to be opened individually and edited. What he would like to see is a layout that allows myself or whoever gets tasked with it after me to open one document that will let us make changes to the content of the "infrastructure" of the site (header, footer, nav, etc.....i.e. the stuff that doesn't change on each page). The body content that is unique to each page would still be edited by opening the respective document. Currently the site uses primarily html, and I possess limited proficiency in other languages (which is not to say that I'm terribly proficient with html either...). Does anyone have any thoughts on how this could be accomplished - preferably in the least script-heavy method possible? Many thanks to all that can contribute.