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Since I started doing dynamic PHP development I've been using the trusty mysql_* functions that PHP provides. These have worked great for me throughout the years but I've been on a kick to make my programs a bit more secure. I've long since verified data input but it still didn't seem to be good enough.
In trying to keep the amount of new views created on the site I'm working on I wanted to programmitcally change certain portions of a view to use the same output but different inputs. In background I'm using Drupal 6 with Views 2 API.
Specifically I wanted to change the number of items and node type filter. Though this could be expanded to changing the sort, arguments or fields returned as well.
Last year was my first River Run working at The Florida Times-Union. Being the online sports editor at the time and knowing the River Run is by far our biggest day of traffic on jacksonville.com, Joe Allen-Black, myself and Matt Kirk got together to put together a running site. The site would focus on the huge community of runners in Jacksonville and the races that occur every weekend. We put the design of the site together just b