Smarty Assign Var

However, Smarty 3 works completely different on the inside. Therefore, will not compile as a tag, you must use .Smarty 3 is mostly backward compatible with Smarty 2, except for the following items: * Smarty 3 is PHP 5 only. This change Makes Javascript/CSS easier to work with, eliminating the need for .

The Smarty 2 API syntax is still supported, butwill throw a deprecation notice.

You can disable the notices, but it is highly recommended to adjust your syntax to Smarty 3, as the Smarty 2 syntax must run through an extra rerouting wrapper.

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mkdir libraries cd libraries wget https://github.com/smarty-php/smarty/archive/unzip ... // back to the main application folder // Smarty requires four directories which are by default named templates/, templates_c/, configs/ and cache/ // Each of these are definable by the Smarty class properties $template_dir, // $compile_dir, $config_dir, and $cache_dir respectively // You can verify if your system has the correct access rights for these directories with test Install().

In our example environment, /php/includes is in our include_path.

Be sure you set this up too, or use absolute file paths. It is not required, but it is good practice to start all your template files with this comment.

For OS X users, the default is user “www” and group “www”.

// If you are using Apache, you can look in your file to see what user and group are being used.

$foo['a'][$b['c' // with nested index PHP-like syntax, alternative to "dot" syntax: // normal access // index may contain any expression // nested index // smarty access, not array access!

Variable variables: $foo // normal variable $foo_ // variable name containing other variable $foo_ // variable name containing expressions $foo__buh_ // variable name with multiple segments // will output the variable $foo_1 if $x has a value of 1.

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Be sure you set this up too, or use absolute file paths. It is not required, but it is good practice to start all your template files with this comment.For OS X users, the default is user “www” and group “www”.// If you are using Apache, you can look in your file to see what user and group are being used.$foo['a'][$b['c']] // with nested index PHP-like syntax, alternative to "dot" syntax: // normal access // index may contain any expression // nested index // smarty access, not array access!Variable variables: $foo // normal variable $foo_ // variable name containing other variable $foo_ // variable name containing expressions $foo__buh_ // variable name with multiple segments // will output the variable $foo_1 if $x has a value of 1.What was odd is that the path, which relies on an assigned global variable, was being assigned in another previous subtemplate.I really like the smarty documentation but sometimes its hard to find easy stuff... i want to use a var which is set at the start of my template once with the language condition like: Why not set it outside the template, in the code, where you assign the price to the template? Templates are supposed to control the presentation; anything to do with logic belongs in the code driving it.Does anyone have an idea what it is that went wrong or that I am missing?20 April 2017, AM Hi Antonella, Great that you could resolve your problem. We are head down fixing things for the upcoming release of 17.04 and want to get the release candidate 2 out this week.Hello, I’m trying to write a module altering a couple of templates.My problem is that I can’t seem to assign variables defined in a php file to use them in a tpl file.

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