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Proper parsing of HTML in a custom PHP block


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Hi IC Community,

I've recently made a PHP script to query my gameservers for their current status using the built-in blocks feature in IP.Pages.

However all the HTML I'm using is outputted using echo statements. Is it possible in any way to parse it like normal HTML code, instead of having multiple echo statements?

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I'm not sure I'm clear on what you are after. Can you show us the code you're using (feel free to change any details for privacy, etc.) and what you are hoping to change it to as an example?

If you're using a raw PHP block, then yes generally you just echo/print the output. You can use the heredoc syntax if you want to piece components together.

echo <<<EOF
           {$variable1}<br><i>some html</i>{$variable2}


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