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-====== Using PHPlugins in Backlight 2 ====== 
  
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-===== Enabling PHPlugins ===== 
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-To use PHPlugins, duplicate the existing PHP file, ''/​backlight/​custom/​phplugins/​phplugins-pangolin-sample.php''​. Rename the file as you like, keeping the .php extension; for example "​my-phplugins.php"​. 
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-In Backlight'​s Designer, edit the desired Page Template. Scroll down and set: 
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-  * **Advanced Customization** => **PHPlugins** => **Enabled** : **On** 
-  * **Advanced Customization** => **PHPlugins** => **Include File** : file-name.php 
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-Any page, album or album set utilizing that template will run functions from the specified script file. 
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-===== the Hook Function ===== 
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-The basic hook function looks like this: 
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-<​code>​ 
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-function __HOOK__() {  
- echo ' 
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- <!-- something echoed --> 
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- '; 
- return false; 
-} // END 
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-</​code>​ 
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-===== the Hooks ===== 
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-View the **phplugins-pangolin-sample.php** file in a text-editor for a complete list of the available hooks. These may be used to replace ''​%%__HOOK__%%''​ in the function above, and correspond to predefined locations in the printed page. 
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-The sample file also contains several example functions that you may use as a starting point. 
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