go to:


and look for "auto_prepend_file"

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Subject: [PHP] including functions on every php page in a site
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I have about 10 function definitions that I want included on every page in
my website. Instead of calling:

<? include( "myFunctions.php"); ?>

on every page, I'd prefer to have the functions automatically loaded into
memory when a user visits any page of my site. I was thinking that there may
be some what to do this with a root-level .htaccess file, but I'm not sure.

Can anyone offer a solution?


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