{if:variable}

{if:variable} – creates a PHP if statement

Synopsis

Usage ( {if:variable} , {if:method()} )

Description

creates an if statement, with the argument as a variable or method. You must close an if statement with an {end:} statement, and you may use {else:} with it.

Example

Setting variables for if

         

class example {
    function showDog() {
        return true;
    }

    function output() {
        
        $this->showStuff = true;
        
        .........
        $template->outputObject($this);
    }
}

The template

   

{if:showStuff}Hello{end:}
{if:showDog()}Doggy{end:}

Compiled template

         
      
<?php if ($t->showStuff)  { ?>Hello<?php } ?>
<?php if ($t->showDog()) {  ?>Doggy<?php } ?>

The output

         
      
Hello
Doggy
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