In article <007601c1a91f$ea9ecac0$6401a8c0@kevin>,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Kevin Stone) wrote:

> I don't know why I didn't think of this ahead of time but in order to
> produce the HTML-based ePostcard email I have to get the evaluated
> template into a string.
> I can fopen() the template file and read it into a string but the PHP
> won't evaluate.  And since most of the template is HTML with some
> Javascript of course eval() won't work on the string.
> Did I paint myself into a corner here?  Or is there a way out that I
> just don't see.

You could use output buffering.  Start a buffer, include template(s), 
manipulate buffer content, end/flush the buffer. 


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