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joeboe
09-13-2003, 11:14 PM
I'd like to see support for evaluating php that's built in to the template for phpDig.

Charter
09-14-2003, 09:46 AM
Here are two methods to include PHP in templates using XML-like tags.


Method One:

In function_phpdig_form.php, look for the following:

$result['form_head'] = "<form action='$result_page' method='get'>

and right before it, insert the following:

$result['put_unique_name_here'] = $do_php_here;

and then in the template, use the following:

<phpdig:put_unique_name_here/>


Method Two:

In search_function.php, look for the following:

$timer->start('Template parsing');

and right after it, insert the following:

$put_unique_name_here = $do_php_here;

and then in search_function.php, look for the following:

$t_mstrings = compact('title_message', // and so forth

and 'put_unique_name_here' into the line like so:

$t_mstrings = compact('put_unique_name_here','title_message', // and so forth

and then in the template, use the following:

<phpdig:put_unique_name_here/>

sid
10-21-2003, 08:16 PM
I know a very good method, in which: You don't need to alter all the other search_functions.php files etc. but only need to make a .HTACCESS file and it will parse PHP into HTML documents! Sneaky....

Anyway here it is:
Make a file name called .htaccess and add this code in it:

<Files phpdig.html>
ForceType application/x-httpd-php
</Files>

If you're using a different template than phpdig.html ,change the 'phpdig.html' into the file name (Only include for example template.html , not http://www.your_site.com/template.html)

And upload the .htaccess file into the 'templates' directory, I've tried it and it worked!

Cool!

WiseOne
12-08-2003, 11:37 PM
.htaccess

not working for me!