I'm having trouble understanding your description of the problem. Can you
tell us what you're seeing and what you expect to see?
On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 12:00 PM, Allen McCabe <allenmcc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to generate pages by importing content in includes, and using
> navigation include to tell PHP to replace a $thisPage variable which all
> includes use <?php include('phpincludes/' . $thisPage . '.php') ?>
> The idea behind it (I know tons of people do it, but I'm new to this
> concept), is to have a 'layout' page where only a variable changes using
> $_GET on an href (index.php?page=services or index.php?page=about) to load
> the new 'pages'.
> All my links are displaying the current page state, and links are not
> building around the link text (hrefs are built conditionally with if
> $thisPage != services then build the link, otherwise leave it as normal
> text). Same thing with the background image behind the link text (to
> indicate a page's current position). If the condition is not true, all the
> links (except the true current 'page') are supposed reload index.php and
> pass a variable to itself to place into $thisPage using
> href="index.php?page=" (after which I have a variable which stores "about"
> or "services" within the if statement near the link text.
> If this sounds like something you are familiar with (former issues and
> whatnot) please let me know what I'm doing wrong. I would be happy to give
> you any code you want to look at (index.php or navigation.php, whatever).
> Thanks again for your help PHP gurus!