Re: [WSG] Re: Why code and no web pag

2008-02-04 Thread Jason Pruim
Also... when you do an include you need to quote it: include ../ crf_header.php; On Feb 3, 2008, at 12:45 AM, Christian Snodgrass wrote: This isn't really the place to discuss this as it has nothing to do with web standards, but it is because you can't have an include using an absolute

Re: [WSG] Re: Why code and no web pag

2008-02-03 Thread Jixor - Stephen I
Probs shouldn't keep this alive but I'll just quickly point out to Christian that the file path may be absolute to the file system, i.e. c:/mywebsite/crf_header.php is acceptable. Including with a url will be supported on some servers also but of course you'll probably not get what you were

[WSG] Re: Why code and no web pag

2008-02-02 Thread Hayden's Harness Attachment
Solved the problem. However, why does; include ../crf_header.php; Will work and; include http://www.choroideremia.org/crf_header.php; Will not? Angus MacKinnon Infoforce Services http:ééwww.infoforce-services.com It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible. George

Re: [WSG] Re: Why code and no web pag

2008-02-02 Thread Christian Snodgrass
This isn't really the place to discuss this as it has nothing to do with web standards, but it is because you can't have an include using an absolute path, they must all be relative. http://www.example.com/page.php is absolute. /page.php is relative. Hayden's Harness Attachment wrote: Solved