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Outputs the current file using a template.

By default, this function will use the files/output.php file in the current theme. This can be overridden by passing in a template name:

// output the file using the default template 'output'

// output the file using an alternative template:

// output the file using a template from outside of the theme
// this will use /var/www/otherthemes/custom.php 
// unless custom.php is found in current theme.

Within the template, you can access the file's information using the $file variable, and the POD using the $POD variable. So, you can do something like this:

$p = $POD->currentUser();

And then, in files/tiny.php in your theme directory:

// people/tiny.php template
<? $file->write('resized'); ?>

Read more about how templates and themes work in PeoplePods.

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