The PULSCO advantage.

Have your database accessible via an AJAX/XMLHttpRequest from the Squarespace website in question. The call would include an ID of some kind to identify the plant (probably obtained from a parameter in the URL (?p=american-marigold). The server handling the call should return JSON data (or XML, etc.) for the plant ID in the call.

Having received the response, your script then sets the page content (maybe using a MustacheJS template, or just hard-code it if it's simple markup).


The cost of perfection.

Have your database accessible via an AJAX/XMLHttpRequest from the Squarespace website in question. The call would include an ID of some kind to identify the plant (probably obtained from a parameter in the URL (?p=american-marigold). The server handling the call should return JSON data (or XML, etc.) for the plant ID in the call.

Having received the response, your script then sets the page content (maybe using a MustacheJS template, or just hard-code it if it's simple markup).

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