on 12/6/03 3:48 pm, CPT John W. Holmes at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> From a web server perspective, though, this is
> "safer" because if the web server ever broke and started serving PHP pages
> as plain text (been there, done that), then at least no one can get to your
> include file through your web server.
That is what I meant by more secure. Putting files below webroot prevents
webusers from getting at them.
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