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How is a website using url "example.com/index.php?id=" for every page storing and calling its content?

This architecture is known as the front controller pattern. All the pages in a website will have some common functionality - themes, images, session handling/authorization, caching policy.... The big ...
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How is a website using url "example.com/index.php?id=" for every page storing and calling its content?

Most sites built with a CMS do something like this behind the scenes. The site is just not doing any routing in order to make the URLs appear in a search engine friendly / human readable format. Each ...
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Looking for that old FixOutlook campaign story decades ago that came to nothing

A later version of the page you've taken the screenshot of links to this, which I'm guessing is what you mean - they sent a picture of the team with the poster that fixoutlook.org had sent them.
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