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static pages zend framework

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from mcgraw hill: beginning zend framework
what does this mean

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It’s worth pointing out that there is actually an easier way to serve static pages in a
Zend Framework application: You can simply place them in the $APP_DIR/public/
directory as HTML files, and link to them manually. However, these pages would not be
able to use any of the Zend Framework’s built-in features, such as global layouts, routes,
caching, or security, and, as such, this approach is not usually recommended.
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