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as that:

which file should I put the following code into? :

l($text, $path, $options = array())
or the example: print l(‘This is the link text’, ‘node/2’);

$options = array( ‘attributes’ => array(), ‘html’ => TRUE, );

l(”, ‘node/1’, $options);

should I type the code in the page.tpl.php or the others?

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