You can prepend a file to your site by using a .htaccess file.

Scott Houseman wrote:
Hi

Try and get them (your hosting company)to configure your site with a prepend file e.g. prepend.php for your domain.
in this file, do something like:

<?php
//
// DECLARE ARRAYS
//
$_GET = array( );
$_POST = array( );
$_SERVER = array( );
// etc......
while ( list( $sKey, $mVal ) = each( $HTTP_GET_VARS ) )
{
$_GET{$sKey} = $mVal;
}
// Do this for all arrays which you want to use in your code.
?>

As this file will be auto prepended everytime php is invokded,
these variables will always be available, although they will NOT
be global. That might be a problem if you are using them in the global
scope.

Hope this is useful.

Cheers


Scott

On 2002/12/12 08:14, Jonathan wrote:

I began to develop a small session based shopping cart using newer syntax.
For example, $_SERVER, $_REQUEST, $_SESSION, etc. Anyway, I'm almost done
with the cart and just found out that the hosting company for the client is
running PHP 4.0.6. Is there anyway around this besides changing all of my
variable names?



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