The best thing to do here is just making a global var_adresses like this:

$adr_myhome = "/home/html/blablabla";
$adr_incs = "/home/html/incs/";

so you can refer to those variables instead of using "..\."

its mutch easier to use direct adresses instead of dynamic adr.

"Matthew Perry" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I am accumulating way to many PHP files in my home directory.  It is
> very difficult to sift through all the files.
> I use a lot of "includes" and "requires" so it is difficult to organize
> them in folders even if I change back a directory with my requires
> using  "..\".
> Does anyone know of a better way to organize a huge spiderweb of
> Matt

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