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Old 02-23-2008, 08:43 AM   #4
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As I mentioned in my original post, I try to create it as I go, but frequently, I lose my place in particularly long or complicated sections of php or (X)HTML.

... Sometimes I can't remember my own "rules," and when I get to the bottom, I realize things are slightly off, and going back can be a bit of a challenge.
All that is about code we are writing now. The real difficulties lie in code someone else wrote, or code we ourselves wrote years ago before we knew how to make it legible and understandable later.

I suppose it is possible to do an include in the HTML for the PHP, and keep the PHP in separate files, but I would wonder if that is anything of a solution, since it might well be slower, and with more files, harder to read or change.
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