FastTemplate on O'Reilly.
"I don't know about you, but all these documents about dividing web programming into logic, presentation, and content always irritate me. Most of them miss an important point: often at least three people develop a web page--the programmer (i.e, the PHP or Perl guru), the web designer who provides the presentation (the HTML designer), and the content developer (perhaps a marketing person). If you're working for a multilingual company, you probably have to make the pages available in several different languages as well, with one marketing person responsible for each language. Most documentation on this subject tends to forget, or at least doesn't bother to notice, either the web designer or the marketing person.
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