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Simple PHP Templates With PatTemplate


PatTemplate is a template system that gives us the power and flexibility to add templates to our PHP driven sites. In this article Havard gives us details and examples of how to use patTemplate with PHP.

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By: Havard Lindset
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June 26, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Simple PHP Templates With PatTemplate
  2. · An Overview Of PatTemplate
  3. · How to Process Template In PHP
  4. · Different Template Types
  5. · Template Visibility
  6. · Conclusion

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Simple PHP Templates With PatTemplate - Conclusion
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You should now know enough about the basics of patTemplate to get started with it. Here's a list of what we looked at in this article:
  • Basic patTemplate processing in PHP
  • Iterations (looping a template)
  • The four different template-types (standard, oddeven, condition, simplecondition)
  • Template visibility toggling
  • Template linking (both internal and external linking)
  • Global and local variables
If you want to read more about patTemplate, then you should check out the online documentation.

If you want to see an (in-work) example of patTemplate in use, then check out my current project, Radnews.

Of course you can always post any questions or comments you have for this article in the devArticles forums.
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