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Old 08-12-2004, 10:32 AM   #13
subscript
Green Mole
 
Join Date: Aug 2004
Posts: 1
I was having same problem as jclabaugh - order of template header and footer.

Found that this ordering is not adjusted in the HTML template file, it must be adjusted via the order of elements appearing in /libs/search_function.php

Code should read something like this to place footer below PHPDig search results:

PHP Code:
if ($template == 'array' || is_file($template)) {

// use full paths to header
$my_page_header = include("../../dir/search_header.php");

    
$phpdig_version PHPDIG_VERSION;
    
$t_mstrings =  compact('my_page_header','my_page_footer','powered_by_link','title_message'
,'phpdig_version','result_message','nav_bar','ignore_message','ignore_comme
ss'
,'pages_bar','previous_link','next_link','templates_links');
    
$t_fstrings =  phpdigMakeForm($query_string,$option,$limite,SEARCH_PAGE,$site,$path,'templ
ate'
,$template);
    if (
$template == 'array') {
        return 
array_merge($t_mstrings,$t_fstrings,array('results'=>$table_results));
    }
    else {
        
$t_strings array_merge($t_mstrings,$t_fstrings);
        
phpdigParseTemplate($template,$t_strings,$table_results);
    }

// use full paths footer
$my_page_footer = include("../../dir/search_footer.php");

}
else { ... 
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