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[HELP PLEASE!!!] DB Templates

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Okay, well I realized I need my site to be coded in templates, but not just HTMl templates, HTML templates that are in a MySQL database(for efficiency). I have looked up nearly every tutorial out there, and have found nothing that anwsers my question. I am absolutely begging for someone's help, I would be more appreciative than you could imagine! Thank You.

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What kind of template system are you talking about? A simple header and footer? Something more complex?

This topic is wide open, there are many many options on the table.

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Okay, well I realized I need my site to be coded in templates, but not just HTMl templates, HTML templates that are in a MySQL database(for efficiency). I have looked up nearly every tutorial out there, and have found nothing that anwsers my question. I am absolutely begging for someone's help, I would be more appreciative than you could imagine! Thank You.
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Usually when I make a website I take a standard HTML template and replace all the important things by identifiers like #body#, which you can replace with code in PHP. You can for instance get news posts from a mysql database and put them on the front page like that.

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I want a template system, wheree I can store my HTML in a MySQL databse, and access it with PHP.

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