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Hello there, i'm looking for a way to create a template system, i tried googling but nothing fancy shows up

 

so my idea is to create a function where i can list the template name and its path in an array

which should looks like this

<?php
function template($title) {
    $template = array(
        'header' => include('inc/templates/header.php'),
        'footer' => include('inc/templates/footer.php'),
    );

    return $template[$title];
}
?>

and in my index page i just call it with variable like <?=template('header');?> or {$header}, whatever works, but it seems like its duplicating my file contents, and some weird integer number at the bottom of the page, so is there an easy way that i can do or a tweak in my code?

 

thanks

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1 hour ago, maxxd said:

We don't know what the rest of your code looks like, so it's difficult to say what's actually happening.

My biggest question is is there a reason you're not using one of the many existing PHP template engines? Personally, I'm partial to Twig when not in Laravel land.

didnt know such things existed lol, im newbie to php world, thanks alot mate

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