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Injecting XML Content Into Page Templates With patXMLRenderer (part 1)
Create a modular Web site with templates, XML and Randy.

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Let's begin with a simple example that demonstrates how a template engine works. Consider the following template:

<patTemplate:tmpl name="email">

From: {FROM}
To: {TO}
Subject: {SUBJECT}


The block above represents a single template, identified by the opening and closing <patTemplate:tmpl> tags, and by a unique name ("email", in this case).

Within the opening and closing tags comes the actual template body; to all intents and purposes, this is a regular HTML document, except that the markup also contains some special patTemplate variables, written in uppercase and enclosed within curly braces. These special variables will be replaced with actual values by the template engine.

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