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		<title>Sticks Framework</title>
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		<h1>Sticks is up and running.</h1>
		<h2>You can now start developing your application.</h2>
		<p>To get started, all you need to do is edit <span class="filename"><?php echo TEMPLATE_PATH ?>/<?php echo DEFAULT_TEMPLATE ?>.html</span> (this file) and <span class="filename"><?php echo SCRIPT_PATH ?>/<?php echo DEFAULT_SCRIPT ?>.php</span>. It might also be a good idea to read the documentation, if you haven't done that already.</p>
		<h2>Quick Reference</h2>
		<ul id="quickref">
			<li><code>$sticks->template</code> is the name of the template you wish to use for a script. It defaults to <em>default</em>.</li>
			<li><code>$sticks->script_output</code> is the output generated by a script. Put it in your template files where you want the script output to show up.</li>
			<li><code>$sticks->url($target)</code> will generate a correct Sticks link. The <code>$target</code> argument is a string with the format script/arg1/arg2/...</li>
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		<p class="footing"><a href="http://github.com/jdp/sticks">Sticks Microframework</a></p>
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