This tutorial is intended for people who are looking for alternative to PHP template engines like smarty, twig, dwoo, TBS, and others. Not all developers are willing to take the extra efforts needed to learn the template engine syntax. Some are just left behind thinking that PHP is a template engine itself and there is no need for another template engine. Regardless of what you think about PHP, it has been proven that PHP can be written in procedural, OOP, CLI interface, and spaghetti style .In this particular tutorial, I will be demonstrating how to use PHP effectively as a …

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I have a premium html blog template - how can I use to create theme and use in blogEngine.net? I had been to this webcast... Creating custom themes (25:00) [Click Here](http://www.nyveldt.com/blog/post/blogenginenet-creating-themes-webcast) , however, it has been deleted.

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Hello Everyone, I got bored reading PHP questions. So, this is probably the best time to add another article here at daniweb.com. If someone ever stumbled upon by boring blog (mini-tutorial), I talked about how light and simple is the tinybutstrong templating engine. However, I began to wonder why not too many people are using it. Months ago, I went to their site and read their implementation and I finally answer my own question. The reason most people would ignore the validity or the existence of tinybutstrong is that, until now they are using the tables instead of div on …

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Hi, I was reading on the net and could not find how to implement as loop something like twig's [CODE] <ul id="navigation"> {% for item in navigation %} <li><a href="{{ item.href }}">{{ item.caption }}</a></li> {% endfor %} </ul>[/CODE] I want to have idea of what is going on!

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Hi friends, it is weeks now I'm trying to figure out how to make simple custome theme engine for my custom PHP CMS. I want to use it for my projects. It is based on custom framework too. So I checked how Drupal does it and Joomla. They are complex but gave me little Idea. What do I need to make a theme engine so that one can make a theme without knowing internal flow of the site articles, menus et al? Any article that talks of generic theme engine (not some specific CMS based) I hope I have made …

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