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Hi, i wanted to use templates on my website... but they hardly ever worked... is there something extra that geeklog has to parse .thtml files? I have this so far, and it never works... This my site, but it has no geeklog running on it... $header = new Template ($path); $header->set_file('header', 'header.thtml'); $header->set_var('page_title', $sitename $header->parse('out', 'header'); $output .= $header->finish($header->get_var('out')); $output .= '</main></html>'; echo($output);
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You don't say what the error is, so I can only guess ... Did you include the template class file? It's at system/classes/template.class.php The rest of your code looks okay (well, apart from that </main> tag which isn't part of HTML ;-) bye, Dirk
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Yes thanks that template.class.php was infact an important thing, i was trying to make somehting without using it tho, once i have looked inside that file, i figure it's impossible... i guess i have to give templates up *sigh*
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Where's the problem? You will either need to use an existing template class (the one that Geeklog uses is actually taken from phplib.sf.net) or you will have to roll your own ... bye, Dirk
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