Implementing a template based website

Introduction

A common requirement when designing a site is the ability to update the layout and HTML of the site, without having to know any PHP (and therefore not deleting that code you spent hours writing). The other advantage of such as system is that PHP and HTML code can be kept entirely seperate, making for far more logical HTML and PHP coding. There are a number of ways to do this, and this tutorial covers just one method, with 2 storage options.

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James first started this website when learning Visual Basic back in 1999 whilst studying his GCSEs. The site grew steadily over the years while being run as a hobby - to a regular monthly audien...

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