[HLUG] NextGen developers
m.lewis.everley at googlemail.com
Mon Mar 16 21:42:47 UTC 2009
If you want something similar to master pages in PHP, you would be better
off using a framework (Something like Symphony or Cake).
There is also an open source CMS called Silverstripe that allows you to work
with a templating engine that allows something similar to Master pages.
On Sat, Mar 14, 2009 at 10:59 AM, Paul Stenning <paul at vintage-radio.com>wrote:
> Not out of choice! I'm redesigning a site written in ASP.NET 2.0 (VB)
> for a client and I'm finding it frustrating! Give me PHP and MySQL any
> One nice thing that ASP.NET does have though is Master Pages. There is
> no direct equivalent to that with PHP (though there are ways of
> achieving the same sort of thing with variables and includes).
> Best regards,
> Paul Stenning
> Meijin wrote:
> > Any NextGen developers out there ?
> > http://www.nxtgenug.net/ViewEvent.aspx?EventID=203
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