On Tue, 2009-03-03 at 21:18 -0600, Shawn McKenzie wrote: > Matthew Croud wrote: > > 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. > > > > I wondered how you folk would go about creating a template system ? > > > > My second question might be me jumping the gun here, I haven't come > > across this part in my book but i'll ask about it anyway. I often see > > websites that have a dynamic body and static header, and their web > > addresses end like this: "index.php?id=445" where 445 i presume is some my > > file reference. > > What is this called ? It seems like the system i'm after but it doesn't > > appear in my book, If anyone could let me know what this page id > > subject is called i can do some research on the subject. > > > > Thanks for any help you can provide :) > > > > Matt. > > > > I have written a popular theme/template system for some CMS systems. In > my opinion, templating is only needed for those that are totally > ignorant of the concept of programming languages in general.
I'm not sure... but I'm pretty sur eyou just called me ignorant. Blanket statements like that one above are themselves ignorant. Cheers, Rob. -- http://www.interjinn.com Application and Templating Framework for PHP -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php