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Calvin Spealman wrote:
> <?
>     if (!$page=="datetime") // Not using index.php
>     {
>         include("header.php");
>     }
> ?>
> 
> this code works when datetime.php is included by index.php, but on its 
> own the script just outputs <html><body></body></html>.  Even ignoring 
> the xhtml code outside the php code in the file.  its like the entire 
> file is ignored.  i really have no clue why.  anyone else have one?

Before using a variable (in a comparison or wherever) you should make 
sure it *does* exist.

try

if (isset($page) && !($page=="datetime")) // Not using index.php
{
  include("header.php");
}





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