Template Class Issues
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11-03-2008, 10:45 AM
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Manchester, UK
Ok heres your solution:
Smarty : Template Engine
I dont suppose you know of the old phrase: JFGI. I'll let you work that out O' clever one.
the reason people use template classes it to keep php and html seperate
And to add yet another language adding confusion, Im a PHP developer not a Smarty developer. It also adds more unnecessary parsing for the PHP engine to do and dont bring caching into the equasion because its easy enough without a templating language.
with open source software someone could download a template with malicious php code in and they wouldn't know any different
If that is the real reason for templating languages, go tell WordPress, ZendFramework and many more systems that use more or less this approach of templates
If you had been a little nicer and less actually flaming me like a petty forum troll then I may have had a friendly debate with you on the subject, but currently I'd rather you grow up first.
Ok, I'm done with you, I suggest you learn some manners before posting anything related to this forum, this isn't behavior people have in community and it isn't the attitude that I am willing to tolerate.
mysql> SELECT * FROM `users` WHERE `users`.`clue` > 0;
Empty set (0.00 sec)
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