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2014-03-29 8:13 pm

Hi.I am following your blog for a while regarding joomla. I am trying to develope a simple joomla plugin and i have a question, if you kindly could help me.The question is:I have a long list of some fixed parameters to load to plugin. This list must be included directly in main file or can i place them in a auxiliar file and call them in main file? Which is the best approach? And how could i implement it?Best regards,Peter

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Determining which file to place your PHP variables in all dependins on how you want to do it. You can place them in the main file, or you can place them in another. There won't be a difference other than your particular preference.

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