Am 20.09.2010 20:56, schrieb Andy McKenzie:
I have the feeling this is a stupid question, but I can't even find
anything about it. Maybe I'm just not searching for the right things.
Here's the problem. I'm writing a lot of pages, and I hate going in
and out of PHP. At the same time, I want my HTML to be legible. When
you look at it, that's kind of a problem, though... for instance
(assume this had some PHP in the middle, and there was actually a
reason not to just put this in HTML in the first place):
echo '<title>Page Title</title>';
echo '<p>This is the page body</p>';
Output page source:
<html><head> <title>Page Title</title></head><body><p>This is the
Now, I can go through and add a newline to the end of each line (echo
'<html>' . "\n"; and so on), but it adds a lot of typing. Is there a
way to make this happen automatically? I thought about just building
a simple function, but I run into problem with quotes -- either I
can't use single quotes, or I can't use double quotes. Historically,
I've dealt with the issue by just having ugly output code, but I'd
like to stop doing that. How do other people deal with this?
yes you can build a lot of classes to build the html you want and
produce elegant and clean code. But, the job to do that is enorm, and
sincerly i dont know what is better.
You can use some templating system like Zend Framwork and if not
possible consider to use str_replace() to "parse" your Template and
replace the variables in there. You can use a token like ###VAR_NAME###
to address a variable like $var_name or something like this.
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