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sirkitree (not verified) on February 12, 2008 - 3:40am

Yes it is better to get this done in template.php and then have your .tpl file clean for a designer, but this is a key step that should be learned on the way there. After that, if you find your template.php file getting overcrowded, you can split out your $vars into node-[content-type].vars.php.


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