Yes that would be fine for the html examples I gave but the real use is for
php to find the include directory which I keep out of the server tree, one
directory back like this
Each domain has its own include directory which I want to keep seperate
from the default php include directory set in php.ini
The other thing is that this gets rid of the include file inside included
file problem as long as I set $relative_root at the top level.
At 06:26 AM 6/04/2002, Julio Nobrega Trabalhando wrote:
> How about:
>$site_root = '/www/user/htdocs/';
><img src="<?php echo $site_root; ?>images/logo.png" />
> Instead of going relative, go from the root. Or you could put $site_root
>as your url:
>$site_root = 'http://www.your_site.com/';
>Um dia eu chego lá:
>Ajudei? Salvei? Que tal um presentinho?
>"Tom Rogers" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > Hi
> > I am trying to calculate how far into a directory structure I am so that I
> > can include images and include files without having to hard code them.
> > I need to turn $PHP_SELF which could be /admin/emails/index.php into
> > which I can then use to get to any directory from root.
> > like IMG src=<?echo $relative_root?>images/logo.png
> > Regular expressions leave me cold but I have come up with the following
> > monster which works
> > $relative_root = preg_replace("<\/[[:alnum:]]+>","../",
> > preg_replace("</[[:alnum:]]+$>","",strtok($PHP_SELF,".")));
> > Anybody have a better solution?
> > Thanks for any help.
> > Tom
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