I'm sorry you were not able to understand the questions, but thank you for 

The path to the include is not an absolute path.

"Jochem Maas" <joc...@iamjochem.com> wrote in message 
> Gary schreef:
>> Thanks again for all the help.
>> I created a simple page of all includes (header, menu, 3 columns).  I 
>> mixed
>> the file types up. The menu (projectseven PMM) I saved as a library item,
>> works fine.  Had an HTML file in there, but I am guessing that having 2 
>> page
>> declarations along with an extra set of <head> and <body> tags was 
>> playing
>> havoc with the code, so I removed them. Same thing when I created a php 
>> page
>> and saved it as filename.inc.php, so I removed all the declarations and
>> tags, again seems to work fine. Also included a simple .txt file.
>> I did get some strange results in that all of the <tags> were highlighted
>> after the menu, and I had to remove and insert again to correct.
>> So is this the best way, to create a php page, remove all of the html 
>> tags
>> and page declarations and name it filename.inc.php? (I'm using DW CS3)
> I'm quite sure I don't understand any of that ... so I'd hazard a guess
> and so "no it's not the best way"
>> Also, something I do not understand, I included a small txt file in a 
>> page
>> of a customer and it shows fine, however this file is not on the 
>> server...is
>> this normal?
> it's probably pointing to a file on your machine, e.g. 
> file://C:/path/to/file.txt,
> that's something you see quite often with DW/FrontPage/<insert 
> WYSIWYG-PITA-editor here>.

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