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How to include a php file inside tpl

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Thx to sparky i've understood how smarty works and moved on with my personal project :D

Now the next thing that i've stuck at is how to include a php file inside the template :/ Lets say for example that i want to implement a forum within the whmcs template

Tried different combinations but with no success.

But i would like to be able to use smarty within the php tags of the include file. :)

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Literal is just for scripts.

 

Include is messing up whmcs. PHP result is appearing on the top of the screen messing the logo :/

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Sparky you are so damn good. I love you :D

How did you manage to find that? Your imagination rocks :D

 

Any way to be able to use smarty values to the link ? For example require("your{userid).php")

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Although {php} {/php} is perfectly legal way to include php script into a smarty system. Smarty recommends not doing it that way. You can create script within the smarty system, as a smarty mod, that allows you to use smarty values instead of php within you tpl file... I have not completely got this process down yet, but it is there, and hopefully will completely understand how it works.

 

 

Anyone have little more insite, please post it. Thanks

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Although {php} {/php} is perfectly legal way to include php script into a smarty system. Smarty recommends not doing it that way. You can create script within the smarty system, as a smarty mod, that allows you to use smarty values instead of php within you tpl file... I have not completely got this process down yet, but it is there, and hopefully will completely understand how it works.

 

 

Anyone have little more insite, please post it. Thanks

Yes thats right... smarty recomends to put the php in the php file and the html in the tpl

Unfortunatly we don't have access to the encoded php file so there is no choice in the matter.

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I do not want to put it on an existing file.

I've created a new page. Tryied to put it inside php but didn't work. It was just returning the header and then blank page. :/

 

Tryied once again to put it under

require("init.php");

 

And before

require("display.php");

and the msg that i put appeared on the upper right corner.

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