Thanks you; I got your idea, but it seems that I can't execute PHP scripts
from templates using PHPTAL (?)
On Jan 21, 2008 12:13 PM, Levi Stanley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Sorry, forgot to change the email, I was sending this from.
> Read below:
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> Date: Jan 21, 2008 5:08 AM
> Subject: Re: [PHPTAL] Using PHPTAL with index.php?page=... thing
> To: Template Attribute Language for PHP <email@example.com>
> Hmm, kind of sounds like the system I built. I have a
> <warning-page use-page="warning-page.xhtml" execute="display-page"
> record-page="true" />
> <send-to template-id="1">
> <page alias="main-page" use-page="main-page.xhtml"
> execute="main-page" record-page="true" />
> <page alias="join-page" use-layout=" join-page.xhtml"
> execute="join-page" record-page="true">
> My system, I can have multiple templates, identified by the template-id,
> use-page, and use-layout, this just tell me what page view to use, and the
> execute attribute tells me what php file to execute, display-page is a
> generic display script. The record-page attribute, defines if I should
> record traffic information for that page or not.
> My directory structure looks like this:
> /www/sites/mysite.com/application -- usually the
> controller resides here index.php
> /www/sites/mysite.com/application/controllers -- this houses your
> php code display-page, join-page etc.
> /www/sites/mysite.com/application/views -- this houses your
> /www/sites/mysite.com/application/models -- this houses the
> sites BL objects, etc.
> /www/sites/mysite.com/application/layouts -- This houses your
> layouts, mostly header fooder stuff.
> /www/sites/mysite.com/application/components -- These are certain
> /www/sites/mysite.com/cache -- This is just
> the place I keep the code that phptal generates.
> /www/sites/mysite.com/libraries -- interesting
> enough, there are libraries that are used for all the sites in
> /www/libraries, however, you can override these libraries in this library,
> this is done this way, so any changes I make for this site, won't break the
> other sites I have that are up and running.
> /www/sites/mysite.com/configurations -- Well in my
> system, I use propel, so I have the site-controller, and the datasource
> information here
> I have two kinds of controllers, a navigation controller, and a page
> controller. The navigation controller, handles authentication, and sending
> people from one page to the next, also it has inside of it an access
> handler, so if a page, has resources, it checks to see if you are allowed to
> use those resources, and grants you access or denies you. Needless to say,
> the page controller, can't work without going through the navigation
> I hope that gives you some ideas.
> Best regards,
> On Jan 21, 2008 4:12 AM, Anton Andrievskij < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hi, PHPTAL users.
> > (Sorry for my bad English as I'm from Ukraine)
> > I write this letter to ask about what the best idea about how to use the
> > PHPTAL engine with
> > the standard PHP site engine technology like this:
> > www.mysite.com/index.php?page=login
> > www.mysite.com/index.php?page=faq
> > www.mysite.com/index.php?page=subscrib
> > and so on...
> > I'm going to build index.html template and run it from index.php page,
> > but then
> > I have different code to be executed on different pages like login.php ,
> > faq.php, subscribe.php and so on.
> > So I have to have index.html, login.html, faq.html and
> > subscrib.htmltemplates, but also
> > I want to have index.php, faq.php, subscrib.php pages with some code to
> > be executed.
> > How can I join such things together?
> > I'm really waiting for any answer or advice and any comments may help.
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Anton Andriyevskyy
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