AWBS is a very customizable system, as you can make your own themes, you can also add your custom data by placing variables and/or php scripts in your template files. Sometimes you may need to place the same script or value over and over again in many pages, there comes the value of using custom variables.
Custom variables are stored in a file called gparser_user.php, this file can be found in the includes folder in your AWBS root directory if you installed AWBS to home/user/public_html/ on your server, gparser_user.php will be found in home/user/public_html/includes/gparser_user.php.sample - remove the sample fro the file name to so it starts taking effect.
Once you renamed the file, you can start placing your variables and php scripts there.
<?php //Use the following format for additions: //$template->set_var("template_variable", "your text"); ?>
$template->set_var("COMPANY_SLOGAN", "Advanced Webhost Billing System");This example will set a variable COMPANY_SLOGAN, to display it,
<?php echo COMPANY_SLOGAN; ?>or
$template->set_var("$COMPANY_SLOGAN", "Advanced Webhost Billing System");This example will set a variable COMPANY_SLOGAN, to display it,
<?php echo $COMPANY_SLOGAN; ?>or
- PHP Scripts, functions, classes, and globals are allowed.
- When using a custom function that returns results, make sure to parse the result in a variable
$template ->set_var("custom_variable", $your_result);
- To run MySQL Queries, you need to include dbconfig.php: