TemplatePower is a fast, easy to use and powerful PHP4 template class. TemplatePower is a lot faster than FastTemplate. Main features are: nested dynamic block support, block/file include support, show/hide unassigned variables, save/use parsed template on/from disk, PHP-file include tag, global/local variable assign, multiple variable assign using an associative array, database/php-variable stored template support and a re-use tag for blocks (test state).Visit publisher site: TemplatePower
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The concept of using templates have always appealed to me but till having played with 'TemplatePower' I've found getting started rough; perhaps the authors of the other template solutions aren't as clear in explaining how to use their systems but with TemplatePower I had grasped the idea and had it working within minutes. Installing and learning how to use TemplatePower was so easy, in fact, that I'm wondering what tradeoffs are involved -skeptical because the contrast in ease is so huge! I'd advise anyone interested in learning how to use templates in PHP, especially newbies like myself, to at least start off with 'Template Power'. Kudos to the coder!
This template script is my first and will continue to be the only one that i will use. Not only is the code clean and simple, but the site tells everything in full clear as daylight detail. The author of this script helped me a great deal by actually ADDING a feature (a PHP-file include tag) that I needed and is in the actual release now. If the claims are true (6x's faster!) then this script is a no brainer for your template needs...
I was new to templates in PHP, and was having some trouble trying to find a script that was easy to use, so when I found templatepower I was shocked at how easy it was, not only was the site very up to date with information on how to use the template system, but the author has even drawn up a personlaised soloution on how to implament templates onto my site. If you are looking for a good template system, you can't go far wrong with templatepower.