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Hi, i would like to know where i can find help and tutorial on how to use thtml. And what is the difference between .shtml, .thtml, and what if i called it .fhtml or .xhtml or .hey I use geeklog, but soon i am to undertake my own project, up to now i was used to display html fed through php, but i find your way is more effective, but i don't know where to start in learning it... thank you

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I don't think you'll find a tutorial anywhere ... The 't' is for "template", simply to distinguish those files from ordinary HTML files. It has nothing to do with SHTML (aka SSI) or XHTML. Technically, what you're looking for is called a template system. Geeklog uses the template engine of PHPLib, but there are other such systems out there (e.g. Smarty). I'd suggest you ask Uncle Google ... bye, Dirk

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Here is a great article on the PHPLib templates over at phpbuilder

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