If you're using a
here) to store your templates, you can include a
template inside another template, using this syntax:
<include name type=typename>
name is an expression
whose string value is the unique name of the template in the cache.
For example, if you're using a
The output from the included template is inserted at the point where the
include statement occurs. The included template uses the
including template's data model; any assignments made in the included template
therefore remain in effect in the including template. Functions defined in
either template can be called in the other template. This makes an included
template a convenient place to put constants and functions used on several
include statements are processed at run time, they
should occur above any references to included variables or functions.
Other files can be included as well. If you need to include a file that shouldn't be or doesn't need to be compiled by the FM-Classic parser, these can be included as follows:
<include "foo-files/file-to-include.inc" type="unparsed">
type parameter is also an expression. In previous releases, a semicolon
between the two arguments was required. In this release, it is optional.
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