{variable} – creates PHP code to echo a variable


Usage ( {variable} , {variable:h} , {variable:u} )


creates PHP code to echo a variable, with optional modifier. Modifiers are

  • No Modifier - does htmlspecialchars($variable)
  • :h - echos without any change - eg. raw
  • :u - echos urlencode($variable)

by default variables are assumed to have calling scope, and are prefixed with $t->, however if they are inside a loop (foreach), then the variables created by the loop are added to the scope and the prefix is not added.

Accessing object variables can be done using a dot as separator: {object.property}, calling methods is identical: {object.method()}.


setting an object variable

$this->a = "hello >>";

Outputting the variable


Compiled template

<?php echo htmlspecialchars($t->a); ?>
<?php echo $t->a; ?>
<?php echo urlencode($t->a); ?>

Simple ouput example

hello &gt;&gt;
hello >>
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Last updated: Sat, 16 Feb 2019 — Download Documentation
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User Notes:

Note by: alan_k
Full list of modifiers:

:h - raw output - be carefull!
:u - urlencode()
:r - print_r()
:n - number_format using options['numberFormat']
:b - nl2br(htmlspecialchars())
:e - htmlentities()
NONE -htmlspecialchars()
:OTHER - uses plugin mechanism