In this article we've seen how to implement a basic template system for a web site with either PHP and MySQL or PHP and flat files. If you're in need of a template system for your site then modifying the one that we've developed in this article shouldn’t be too difficult.
Most if not all medium to large web sites run of some sort of template system, so if you're developing a site that *might* get popular in the future then make sure you implement some sort of template system now: it will save you hours of work down the track.
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