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A
 Author
B
OPTION_BASE_PATH
CONST_BEGINNING_QUOTES
C
OPTION_CACHE_DOCUMENT
OPTION_CACHE_TIME
 Constants
 Creating a page
D
 Download
E
CONST_ENDING_QUOTES
OPTION_ERROR_PAGE
fnExpandComplexToken
F
 Functions
G
fnGetFile
fnGetPage
fnGetTokens
I
 Information
 Instructions
K
CONST_KEYWORDS_END
L
 Loading the page
M
fnMain
 Main file
 Miscellaneous
O
 Options
P
OPTION_PAGE_EXTENSION
OPTION_PAGE_NAME
CONST_PARAM_KEYWORD
fnParseTokens
 Program
Q
 Quick start
R
fnReplaceParameters
fnReplaceTokens
OPTION_RETURN_FULL_PAGE
S
 Septum Reference
 Syntax
T
OPTION_TEMPLATE_NAME
CONST_TOKEN_END
 Tokens
The program and documentation were written by Poromenos.
This will be prepended to the page filename.
The type of beginning token quotes to use.
Specifies whether or not to use document caching.
Specifies the number of seconds to cache the page.
The page you create should be called name.pg, for example index.pg.
The type of ending token quotes to use.
The page to be returned when the requested page could not be found.
function fnExpandComplexToken($strToken,
$strValue)
Replaces a complex token with its value.
function fnGetFile($strPage,
$intMethod)
Returns a file through the method specified (file, MySQL page, etc).
function fnGetPage($strFile)
Returns the page section of a file.
function fnGetTokens($strFile)
Returns the tokens section of a file.
You can download Septum from SourceForge (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=125013&package_id=137225&release_id=286887).
The tokens ending keyword.
To load a page, you need to specify its name.
function fnMain()
The main function.
This is the implementation of Septum.
Specifies the extension that each page will have.
Specifies the variable to use when GETting the page, for example www.myserver.com/index.php?page=index.
The token parameter keyword.
function fnParseTokens($strFile)
Parses the tokens section of a file.
This program is released under the GNU GPL.
Using Septum is easy.
function fnReplaceParameters($strToken,
$strValue,
$strText)
Replaces a token with its value taking into account that it may contain other tokens within it.
function fnReplaceTokens($strFile,
$arrTokens)
Replaces tokens in $strFile with the text specified in $arrTokens.
Specifies what to return when the page has no KEYWORDS_END token.
This is the Septum reference.
Specifies the name of the template file.
The token ending keyword.
Tokens are placeholders for your text.