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[nycphp-talk] Smarty Template question

Rolan Yang rolan at omnistep.com
Mon Oct 2 23:39:45 EDT 2006


The smarty template does not have to be a complete page. I believe you 
can call a template multiple times from within the PHP document e.g.

$smarty->display('header.tpl');

$data=getTableData($first);
$smarty->assign('data',$data);
$smarty->display('tabletemplate.tpl');

$data=getTableData($second);
$smarty->assign('data',$data);
$smarty->display('tabletemplate.tpl');

$data=getTableData($third);
$smarty->assign('data',$data);
$smarty->display('tabletemplate.tpl');

$smarty->display('footer.tpl');

~Rolan

Cliff Hirsch wrote:
>
> I have a table comprised of a PHP file and Smarty template. It’s so 
> lovely that I have decided to display it several times on one page, 
> with different conditions for each iteration. Example: a table for 
> pending projects, a table for completed project…terminated projects, etc.
>
> If the PHP and templates were built successively, I think this would 
> work. But since, with Smarty, the PHP runs first and than the 
> individual template “pieces” are populated with the assigned 
> variables, the last “table build” would simply be displayed in all the 
> tables. Follow me?
>
> Making each PHP version of the table an object would be simple. But 
> how can I use one template for multiple instances on one page? The 
> only solution I can think of it to build an array and have loop over 
> the array for each version of the table. Any other ideas?
>
> Cliff
>
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