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[SOLVED] PHP Template

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I am try to understand a few things about php templates can anyone help me fill in the gaps?

$template = "templates/main_1.htm";
$inner_template1 = "templates/inner_welcome.htm";//middle of page
$TBS = new clsTinyButStrong;
$TBS->NoErr = true;// no more error message displayed.
$TBS->LoadTemplate("$template");
$TBS->Render = TBS_OUTPUT;
$TBS->Show();

 

when this is loaded it should show a page... now is it ok if both inner_welcome.htm  main_1.htm both have the header info in them? I would think this would not be good practice?

 

also what is the "->"  after $TBS what does that do?  Any help would be awesome.

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There isn't such functionality as templates built into php. Seems your using some third party code.

 

Id suggest you take a look at the docs, or the source code for said third party code.

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maybe that is why I understand what is going on. I will take a look at what they have to say in there documentation.

 

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also what is the "->"  after $TBS what does that do?  Any help would be awesome.

 

Sorry, I didn't even read that part. The -> operator is a way to reference the methods and properties of an object ($TBS being the object in this case). You can take a look at the oop5 docs for more details.

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