Is there a way I can use a htaccess directive to require a php script
to be "included" within each file contained within that directory?
I don't think it is possible to include a particular script for every
request without using include or require statements.
For example, let's say I have a directory with 100 scripts in it, but
I want each script within that directory to pass through an
authorization script before executing.
The hard way is for me to go through each of the 100 scripts and add
the statement "require(auth.php)", but I don't want to do that (I'm
too lazy and beside there is too great of a chance of an error). So,
is there a way for me to circumvent this problem by using a htaccess
You can solve this problem by routing all the request to one file, say
index.php and then manipulate the flow from there.
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