On Tue, 2009-03-03 at 20:53 +0100, Martin Zvarík wrote:
> Matthew Croud napsal(a):
> > Hello,
> > 
> > First post here, I'm in the process of learning PHP , I'm digesting a 
> > few books as we speak.
> > I'm working on a content heavy website that provides a lot of 
> > information, a template system would be great and so i've been looking 
> > at ways to create dynamic data with a static navigation system.
> > 
> > So far, using the require_once(); function seems to fit the bill in 
> > order to bring in the same header html file on each page.
> > I've also looked at Smartys template system.
> If you are looking for performance stick to Blitz PHP - the only true 
> template system.
> Martin
> > Thanks for any help you can provide :)
> > 
> > Matt.
> >  
For now, while you're learning about PHP, I'd use an existing template
system and tweak it to your needs. As you learn more, and need something
a little more bespoke, then you can look at making one yourself based on
what you've learnt about the coding and about existing template systems.
I've never used any myself, so I can't comment from first-hand
experience, but perhaps the Wikipedia entry may be of some help:


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