Templages engine

Templates engine support PHP tags. Also it has own tags.

 

Supported tags are

 

a. Any template variable can be {$var} - it's like <?php echo $var; ?>. If it's array or object - use same way as PHP, for example {$var['var']}

 

b. 
{foreach $array as $k=>$v}

{/foreach}

 

will be

<?php 

foreach ($array as $k=>$v) {
}

?>

You still can insert {$v} tag

 

And so on. So instead of <?php CODE ?> you simple write {CODE}, similar what saves you time. Look below to learn more(no PHP tags in examples).
 

c. {if $tmp == '1' or $var == '2'} {/if}

 

will be

 

if ($tmp == '1' or $var == '2') {
}

 

Same is

{elseif [CODE]}

 

and

{else}

 

d.
{php $var = 1+2;}

It's just to wrap to the inside content.

 

e. {price $var}

It will ouput currency symbol and price with .00 at the end.

 

f. {weight $var}

It will ouput weight symbol and weight with .00 at the end.

 

g. {include="TEMPALTE PATH"}

 

for example {include="common/products.php"}

 

h. {lng[Hello world]} - language variable. Useful if you translate or use multi-lingual site.

All tags and {lng..} stored in cache and not processed on every page load.

{lng[Hello|lower]} - lowcase.
{lng[Hello|js]} - replace line breaks and " character with \".
{lng[Hello|escape]} - replace " character with \".

You can also use {lng} in JavaScript - they are processed as well. JavaScrpt already do all the work so it does not support additonal modifiers like "lower".

 

i. Easier than {php } for assignments
{assign $var=1+2}

 

Output
$var = 1+2;

 


 

Full templates engine is in the includes/func/func.core.php file

function get_template_contents

 

Easy to customize or add new template tags for even new developer.