Contributed by meonkeys on Oct 27, 2000 at 00:23 UTC
Q&A  > CGI programming


For instance, I want to include a common header and footer on every page, and include an ad banner on only a few pages.

Answer: Does ePerl include an easy way to do templating?
contributed by tye

FYI, see RE: ePerl, just say "no" for a few reasons why you might want to consider using one of the many other HTML templating systems instead.

Answer: Does ePerl include an easy way to do templating?
contributed by Anonymous Monk

I would say no. ePerl allows you to put perl processing within HTML code. A PERL template, on the other hand, allows you to put HTML code within it. Such template allows you to generate HTML, via subroutines, print statements,etc.

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