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<title>Poll Test</title>
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<h1>Poll Test</h1>

<p>
This page is intended to demonstrate how you can quickly add  
polls to almost any page on your website.
</p>

<h2>Poll 1</h2>
<?php

	// The two lines below are all that is required to add a poll 
	// to your page.  Obviously, these need to be placed within  
	// a PHP code block inside a valid PHP page.  You will also need to 
	// configure the settings in config.php properly, where you will 
	// also define your polls.
	//  
	// Modify these lines as follows: 
	//
	// * Change the include path to reflect where DRBPoll is installed.  
	// * Change the parameter for show_vote_control() to reflect the unique  
	//   ID for the poll on this page.  This feature allows you to store  
	//   data for more than one poll using the same installation of DRBPoll.
	//   New polls must be added to the $VALID_POLLS array in config.php. 
	
	require_once('poll/poll.php');
	show_vote_control('1');
	
	// More than one poll can be displayed on the same page; here's 
	// another example:
	?><h2>Poll 2</h2><?php 
	show_vote_control('2');

	// The following poll demonstrates how turn the poll values into links;
	// See config.php for the example definition.
	?><h2>Poll 3</h2><?php 
	show_vote_control('3');
	
?> 
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