### Fancy Planet HTML template. ### ### When combined with the stylesheet and images in the output/ directory ### of the Planet source, this gives you a much prettier result than the ### default examples template and demonstrates how to use the config file ### to support things like faces ### ### For documentation on the more boring template elements, see ### examples/config.ini and examples/index.html.tmpl in the Planet source. <TMPL_VAR name> "> " title="" type="application/+xml">
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### Planet provides template variables for *all* configuration options for ### the channel (and defaults), even if it doesn't know about them. We ### exploit this here to add hackergotchi faces to our channels. Planet ### doesn't know about the "face", "facewidth" and "faceheight" configuration ### variables, but makes them available to us anyway.

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### Planet also makes available all of the information from the feed ### that it can. Use the 'planet-cache' tool on the cache file for ### a particular feed to find out what additional keys it supports. ### Comment extra fields are 'author' and 'category' which we ### demonstrate below.

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