On Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 1:08 PM, Jim Giner wrote:
I have managed to build include files and store them above my public folder
> and the called pages manage to find them from the public folder and properly
> include them. My problem is with the html src= attribute. I have uploaded
> photos to be included in my web pages and I didn't want them in the web
> tree so I moved them above it also. I use php to get the root folder's name
> and then I add "../photos/" to the filename's path, but now my tags can't
> find them. Can I not do this?
Nope, static elements need to be stored in a web accessible directory. If you
could access things by saying `../` then that would defeat the purpose of
storing things where they aren't accessible.
Joshua Kehn | josh.k...@gmail.com