if you make the include file a .php file, then the browser will parse the
code as a blank page.... whether or not they choose to look at the file, or
try to fopen(etc) it......... Problem solved ;) At least I think that's
"Noah Spitzer-Williams" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Hey guys,
> I come for advice once again. Say i have a file dbconnect.inc which
> connects to my database. Now if this file is located in a directory
> accessible for to the web is there anyway that if someone types in that
> i can detect it being accessed, instead of included, and redirect them
> Thanks guys!
> - Noah
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