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- mark Bannister
October 10, 2006, 6:25 pm
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Site is on shared server Apache, PHP 4.x
I am using modrewrite currently for some other things but I was
wondering about includes in php files. They don't seem to pass through
.htaccess and modrewrite. Is that correct? I have 3 days experience
with .htaccess and modrewrite so I could well be doing something wrong.
What I was trying to do is use a "fake" directory in all my includes
that modrewrite would rewrite to the correct directory.
Re: includes and modrewrite
I'm not an expert of this area, but as far as I know PHP's 'include'
doesn't go outside PHP to the webserver at all, so it will not invoke
any server features.
The exception is if you use a full URL in the include, but that gives
other problems - if you want to include a PHP file in that way you have
to arrange that the server will serve PHP source (which it doesn't