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Re: seek advice for Ajax menu html script and include
I think I understand your question.
In every page on my site, in the <head> section is the following which
loads the stylesheets for default page formatting, menu formatting and a
print format that leaves out some extraneous "stuff":
<link href="/styles/default.css" rel="styleSheet" title="Default Style"
<link href="/styles/menu.css" rel="styleSheet" type="text/css">
<link href="/styles/print.css" rel="styleSheet" type="text/css"
title="Print Style" media="print">
The very first thing under the <body> tag is the following which formats
the page header (position fixed, background image, font info, etc.) AND
loads the menu via a PHP include:
<!-- start menu HTML import-->
<?php include("./styles/menu.txt"); ?>
<!-- END menu HTML import-->
If I change default.css, every page on the site changes. If I change
menu.txt and/or menu.css, the menu is changed on every page on the site.
Is this what you're wanting to do?
By the way, if you load a page on my site and then use "View Source" you
won't see the actual PHP include statement; you'll see the actual menu
code that the include statement inserts into the page on the fly. The
menu insertion is done "server-side," not by your browser.
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