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how do i convert this

    <label for="category">Select Winner</label> <select name="willwin" id="willwin"> <?php
if ($db->numrows() > 0){
        while ($row = $db->fetch()) { ?> <option value=''></option> <option value="<?php echo $row["willwin"]; ?>"><?php echo $row["team1"]; ?></option> <option value="<?php echo $row["willlose"]; ?>"><?php echo $row["team2"]; ?></option> <?php 
}
}
?> </select> <br/><br/> <label>Tag Bettor</label> <select name="sub_cat" id="sub_cat"></select>

into this

$TPL_team_list = '<select name="willwin" class="form-control">' . "\n";
        while ($row = $db->fetch())
        {
            $TPL_team_list .= "\t" . '
            <option value="' . $row[''] . '" ' . $selected . '>' . $row[''] . '</option> <option value="' . $row['team1'] . '" ' . $selected . '>' . $row['team1'] . '</option> <option value="' . $row['team2'] . '" ' . $selected . '>' . $row['team2'] . '</option>
            ' . "\n";
        }

        $TPL_team_list .= '</select>' . "\n";

cause i need this php form to work inside tpl file

Edited by david_105

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I think TPL stands for template file. I had to work in the past on an OpenCart webshop and that whole thing was build with.tpl files, but it was just PHP & HTML inside of these files.

Edited by gentlemedia

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yeah tpl is a template that doesnt seem to allow direct php codes in it

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David, fill in the blanks about what language or system uses those tpl files. As it is, we're guessing. How about a link to the product page and docs? A lot of us write in many languages but we need a little more from you on this.

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You allow server to use php within tpl, e.g. Apache

AddType application/x-httpd-php .tpl

Or you can use templating shortcuts within tpl files, e.g. Smarty, RainTPL, etc, etc.

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tpl is a template that can be connected to php to act as its frontend display

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Typically the files are used by templating engines or you can use native templating but seems a bit of a phaff if you're going native. Why not just give them a php extension?

Edited by diafol

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