Php Smarty template lib

It is perfect template lib for php developers,  Easy to develop specific projects and increase speed of the project.

Code Example :

Of course  you should install your smarty  to your server. 

Quick Smarty Install
In Debian Etch:

Now you have a Smarty install. To use it, you’ll need PHP code to drive Smarty. I’ll include a sample bit of PHP code that I was working on with Mike A:


Now, for Smarty to operate you need to supply some directories (i.e. template_dir, compile_dir, cache_dir, config_dir). compile_dir and cache_dir need to writeable by the web server user so in Debian something like:

Write default.tpl into $DIR/smarty/templates/default.tpl . For example,

* 1.  Download smarty packages

* 2.  Extract  them somewhere else

* 3 . Write extration path to inside of  php.ini file,   include_path

* 4. then restart httpd

5 . Create   php file ,     (write template folder path )

6. Create Template file .




Now, moving from here would be something like:

1. Writing code to check for a navbar.txt in the current direction. If not found, stuff navbar Smarty tag with “Back up a level” that moves up one subdirectory (i.e. go to /directory/index.html if you were are /directory/author.html, and go to /index.html when you were are /directory/index.html, etc.)
2. Could proceed by designing a number of templates in Smarty for the same basic content – i.e. skin-bluesteel.tpl and then providing a user interface to switch templates.
3. Perhaps eliminate filesystem reliance and put URL’s into a database.

Map /directory to /directory/index.html, similar with /.

If not in database, display a generic 404 error. You can develop this script by calling it like
/database-script-were-writing.php/directory/index.html and then looking into
PATH_INFO from the server which will contain /directory/index.html .

Once you have this perfected, you set up apache with something like
“Alias / /var/www-sites.d/”

and everything should pretty much just work.