Utilizing e107's Templating and Shortcode engine.

Creating Templates

Create a folder called templates inside your plugin directory, and inside create an empty file using the name of your plugin folder, followed by _template.php. eg. myplugin_template.php Inside this file add an array by the same name, but in UPPERCASE: eg. $MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['xxxx'] xxxx can be anything you want, but we suggest using start, item, end etc. when applicable. This value should always be lowercase. Here's a simple example of the contents of myplugin_template.php:

$MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['start'] = "<ul>";
$MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['item'] = "<li>{MYPLUGIN_ITEM}</li>";
$MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['end'] = "</ul>";

If your plugin will use several different types of templates, eg. a listing page and an input form. You can do something like this:

$MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['list']['start'] = "<ul>";
$MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['list']['item'] = "<li>{MYPLUGIN_ITEM}</li>";
$MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['list']['end'] = "</ul>";

$MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['form']['start'] = "<form>";
$MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['form']['body'] = "<div>{MYPLUGIN_FORMINPUT}</divi>";
$MYPLUGIN_TEMPLATE['form']['end'] = "</form>";


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