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Old 21 Mar 2011, 23:56
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I'm not sure exactly what you are saying, but you said your were editing the template via the table? Do you mean you were editing it directly in the database? Please don't do that. You should be editing it via the admincp > style manager > find style > edit templates. Also, you cannot put php in templates. Templates are for html only. If you need the output from some php to show up in a template, then you need to create a plugin to run the php code and assign the output to a variable that you would then put into the template.
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