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The goal of Pot (PHP Object Template) is to totally divide the logic of a Web site from the design. Pot can be used by "common" people just by writing some XML tags in the HTML code. It supports technologies like Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript, animated objects, and form data checking. Using your favourite WYSIWYG editor (like Dreamweaver or GoLive), you can create HTML pages where you place a tag wherever you need and write the required Pot parameter and value tags. There are 41 objects ready to be used.


Recent releases

  •  25 Feb 2007 17:12

    Release Notes: This release has some bugfixes and initial support for AJAX (Javascript and DOM management).

    •  01 Nov 2005 22:28

      Release Notes: A really deep debug of the code has been done, and now you can use it with your existing PHP code. There is better documentation for programmers (250 pages). Two objects have been added, stop and hints. The CMSPot software/tutorial is done.

      •  19 Mar 2005 22:10

        Release Notes: An entire portal can now be created without writing a single line of PHP code, just by using HTML/XML templates. ADODB support was added, so now any database can be used. Variables and conditional objects were enhanced. Minor bugfixes were made for all objects.

        •  20 Nov 2004 21:40

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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