Skin and template variables.
Includes a textfile into the output. The contents of the file is not parsed in any way, so you cannot use skin/templatevars or use PHP code (see parsedinclude and phpinclude if you want parsed includes)
<%include(filename.txt)%> <%include(/home/user/myself/filename.txt)%> <%include(http://mydomain.com/filename.html)%>
Includes a file into the output. The contents of the file is parsed by the Nucleus skin/template parser, so you can use skin/templatevars. (see phpinclude and include for other include options)
<%parsedinclude(filename)%>again. To avoid endless loops, the maximum depth level you can go is 3.
Includes a php-file into the output. The contents of the file is parsed by the PHP parser, so be careful. Nucleus skin/templatevars are not parsed! (see parsedinclude and include for other include options).
include()command. This command will be called from inside a class method, so you'll need to declare which global variables you want to access yourself. Most of the standard variables are automatically declared global by Nucleus itself.
The following global variables are accessible from within files included by the phpinclude skin/templatevar:
$GATEWAY_INTERFACE, $SERVER_NAME, $SERVER_SOFTWARE
$SERVER_PROTOCOL, $REQUEST_METHOD, $QUERY_STRING
$DOCUMENT_ROOT, $HTTP_ACCEPT, $HTTP_ACCEPT_CHARSET
$HTTP_CONNECTION, $HTTP_HOST, $HTTP_REFERER
$HTTP_USER_AGENT, $REMOTE_ADDR, $REMOTE_PORT
$SCRIPT_FILENAME, $SERVER_ADMIN, $SERVER_PORT
$SERVER_SIGNATURE, $PATH_TRANSLATED, $SCRIPT_NAME
$REQUEST_URI, $argv, $argc, $PHP_SELF
$HTTP_COOKIE_VARS, $HTTP_GET_VARS, $HTTP_POST_VARS
$HTTP_POST_FILES, $HTTP_ENV_VARS, $HTTP_SERVER_VARS
$HTTP_SESSION_VARS, $PATH_INFO, $HTTPS
For others variables, you'll need to add
'global $varname;' explicitly in your code
Calls a plugin
^ Name ^ Contents ^
|PlugName||Name of the plugin that should be called. This name is case sensitive!|
<%plugin(Calendar)%> <%plugin(LastComments,myweblog)%> <%LastComments(myweblog)%>
Sets a parser property.
Used by imported skins to put a link relative to the skins-URL. Use it in conjunction with the
IncludePrefix parser property to get the best results
Inserts the name of the skin that's currently being used.