You would have to use "cURL" to get those.
HTTPS pages require that the client (in this case PHP) negotiate a secure
connection using SSL and thus sending back and forth some headers of
cURL does this.
PHP's include() doesn't.
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From: Tomazsa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Sunday, August 19, 2001 6:25 PM
Subject: Include/requrie secure pages
> I can not include / require secure pages (https).
> Is that the way it is in php?
> If so how can I do that another way?
> lp, tomaz
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