David Robley wrote:
Ah, thanks. It's a PHP object returning a string, I guess the PHP
interpreter won't see that.
John Allsopp wrote:
At the top of a webpage I have:
$myFurniture = new furniture();
echo $myFurniture->getTop("my company title");
to deliver the first lines of HTML, everything in HEAD and the first
bits of page furniture (menu, etc).
In the furniture object in getTop(), I want to return a string that
includes the CSS file that I call with an include_once. But the
include_once isn't interpreted by PHP, it's just outputted. So from:
$toReturn = "<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC '-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0
in my code.
Do I really have to break up my echo $myFurniture->getTop("my company
title"); call to getTopTop, then include my CSS, then call getTopBottom,
or can I get PHP to interpret that text that came back?
PS. I may be stupid, this may be obvious .. I don't program PHP every day
Thanks in advance for your help :-)
First guess is that your page doing the including doesn't have a filename
with a .php extension, and your server is set to only parse php in files
with a .php extension.
So, maybe my object has to write a file that my calling file then
includes after the object function call. Doesn't sound too elegant, but
is that how it's gotta be?
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