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how to edit the default html template


Joined: 06 Aug 2010
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Hi,

wen you select new file / html, it shows a default template.
How can you edit this template?

Thanks in advance
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Hi fella..

Look in:

Code:
$INSTALL_DIR/templates


You'll find all the template files in there. You can edit them to your liking.

Use the '|' (pipe) char to define where you want the cursor to be placed by default when starting with a new template.. so for example, the default HTML template has the | char in the middle of the <title>|</title> tags and new HTML files will have the cursor positioned there ready to go.

You don't even have to close the IDE down to edit / add / remove template files.

You can add your own too just by saving files there (I have a .phtml template for example for Zend Framework templates).. although some extensions (eg: .ini, .txt) seem to fail to display for some odd reason.


HTH.



Cheers..

Ian
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Joined: 09 Aug 2012
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Hi, folks.

Today I came up with the same question, but Ian.H's advice didn't do the trick:

I changed the template for new PHP files to read
Code:
<?php
    |

but PhpED still creates new PHP files with the old
Code:
<?php
  |
?>


Even restarting the IDE didn't change that.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
Estigy

P.S.: I use Version 7.0
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Hi Estigy..

I think it changed in version 6.something. Installing PhpED now copies the contents of the $INSTALL_DIR/templates directory to your %APPDATA%\NuSphere\PhpED\templates dir.. and it's this dir that the files are actually read from.

I tend to keep the 2 sync'd.. but edit the files as I explained in my post above, then copy the contents of the $INSTALL_DIR/templates to %APPDATA%\NuSphere\PhpED\templates.

No need to close / restart the IDE still either.

HTH Smile



Cheers..

Ian
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Hi, Ian.H

Thanks for your quick answer. That did it! Smile

Thanks,
Estigy.
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a side note: internally php runs slightly different if you don't have closing tag in your php files. As a result you may have missed lines in profiler results.
Try for example
<?php
phpinfo();

and compare with:
<?php
phpinfo();
?>

(expected result: with 1st example, last executed line won't appear in the results)

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