??? I thought you said "my.inc.php" but you're including "my.php".
This one should work:
include_once "../include/blah/my.inc.php"; // filename is my.inc.php
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> From the root of a website: /
> I had a file called /my.php which included a file /include/blah/my.inc.php
> In my.php if I put the include_once( "./include/blah/my.inc.php" ); it
> when my.php is in the root of the site.
> If I move /my.php to /blah/my.php, no matter how I address
> ../include/blah/my.php or /include/blah/my.php I keep getting path errors.
> How do I get around this problem using only relative paths (no absolute or
> placing in an include path)
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