On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 15:17, David Johansen wrote:
> Here's the chunk of code in the include file that gave me that. I should
> have put it with the original post:

Ach. Well, $PHP_SELF is in the global scope, so you will either need to 
use 'global $PHP_SELF;' at the beginning of your function, or reference
it as $GLOBALS['PHP_SELF']. If you do one, you don't need to do the 
other. If you're using PHP 4.1.0 or later, just use

> <?php
> function questions()
> {

     // Add this here, or use one of the next ones below.
     global $PHP_SELF;

> ?>
>     <font face="Times New Roman" size="5" color="#003399">U</font></b><font
> face="Times New Roman" size="2">
>     </font><font face="Times New Roman" size="4"><b>
>     <a href="<?php echo $PHP_SELF?>?page=questions"><font

     // This before PHP 4.1.0:
     <a href="<?php echo $GLOBALS['PHP_SELF']?>?page=questions"><font

     // This after PHP 4.1.0:
     <a href="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']?>?page=questions"><font

> color="#CC0000">Questions</font></a></b></font><font face="Times New Roman"
> size="2"><BR>
>     Insert questions here.</font><P><b>
> <?php
> }
> ?>
> Thanks,
> Dave

Good luck!


 Torben Wilson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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