At the moment, I'm using a system whereby I've an "index.php", which
basically includes six or seven other files, including "index.php.inc"
(which is the content).
It's a nice system, but what it means is that I've twice as many files as
I think I need.
Is there any easy way of "autoskinning" ? Basically, if someone tries to
read something.php, it wraps it in my menuing code ?
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