The problem may be due to the fact that my environment is Apache Unix.
I spent about two hours today pouring over the php on-line manual
"include" spec and trying dozens of combinations.
There must be at least 20 user contributed notes at the bottom.
It is incredible that such a basic php function should be so obtuse and
I'm going to give your other suggestion a try tomorrow.
Analysis & Solutions wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 11, 2002 at 12:33:55PM -0400, Al wrote:
>>The .htaccess approach appears to fit my situation best; but, I've not
>>been able to get it to work.
> I wondered about the DirectoryIndex directive's ability to utilize files
> in other directories, so did a little test, which is what you indicated
> you tried in your initial email:
> DirectoryIndex ../index.htm
> Worked fine. Apache 1.3.26. Windows NT.
> So, your problem could be a web server configuration thing, as Rasmus
> hinted at.
> Beyond the things already discussed, I'm at a loss.
> Good luck,
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