Templating ... a simple guide

All style (template, theme and imageset) related questions for the new release; advice, feedback here please.
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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by Legoguy » Mon Dec 15, 2003 11:01 pm

While the topic has gone astray, I use TurboPad from http://turbopad.sf.net/" target="_blank


Back on topic, Anything new in the templating system? Or is it deemed mostly done?

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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by Roberdin » Tue Dec 16, 2003 5:03 pm

:D
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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by DoD » Wed Dec 31, 2003 3:48 pm

Setting it to .html is good...

Yes, i use Dreamweaver...

Its the best i've got... it doesnt screw anything up... and i spend about 95% of the time in code view...

Displays it all fine in preview... but i also write in PHP and it gives fancu colours :mrgreen:

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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by Roberdin » Wed Dec 31, 2003 4:04 pm

Same here. :)
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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by electronerd » Thu Jan 01, 2004 12:21 am

I just use the ol' standby: 'cat'

i.e.:

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cat > overall_header.tpl
<html>
blahblah...
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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by Not Radio » Fri Jan 02, 2004 6:12 am

electronerd wrote:I just use the ol' standby: 'cat'

i.e.:

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cat > overall_header.tpl
<html>
blahblah...
^D
I use TextPad in Windows and vim in Linux.

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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by JuniorZ » Thu Jan 08, 2004 5:46 pm

My question is:
Is it Fully Done ?
Can I use it in another application?
Tnx :mrgreen:
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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by Arty » Thu Jan 08, 2004 5:53 pm

No, its not complete.

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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by DoD » Wed Jan 28, 2004 8:32 pm

I'm encountering a slight problem.

Previously, i was able to use S_ROW_COUNT in my loops, something very useful to my MODs - yet recently, after a CVS update, it no longer works... and i'm having to do this via PHP by manually setting the row count.

Has this feature been altered or updated... or am i going on about a bug? Either way, im happy to use PHP to calculate it if there is no simple solution currently.

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Re: Templating ... a simple guide

Post by DK » Thu Feb 05, 2004 4:40 pm

Ptirhiik_ wrote:I used it by the past, and decided to trash it as even without asking anything, it ripped some tags, destroyed the tabulations and so. After having passed hours to fix what it has screw, I hit the del key with a large smile. Since then, I use Editplus, which is definitively the top of all I have tried yet : the HTML preview is just perfect : not too little, not to much, the edit text feature are amazing, the reliability of the results at top, and the project management efficient. What ask for more ? :)
I have no problems using Dreamweaver with tpl or html, htm, php etc. It's a matter of going through the raw config .txt files and changing it's behaviors. If they would just add file permissions ability to their FTP it would be a champ.

There is a good article on it at http://www.alistapart.com" target="_blank

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