opening 'nested' urls

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I am trying to access a URL of the form " /", where site1 is acting as a sort of
filter of the content of site2. When I attempt to open this with fopen
(), I get the contents as if it had just opened,
like it had just ignored the first part of the supplied URL. I have
tried using '%2E' instead of the periods in the second part of the URL
but to no avail (site1 didn't recognize it as it should have).

Is there a way to fix this?

Thank you for your help!

Re: opening 'nested' urls wrote:
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 From your description, it sounds to me like everything is working
correctly.  What do you expect to get?

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Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.

Re: opening 'nested' urls

On Jun 1, 4:14=A0am, wrote:
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Its not clear from your post how this relates to php. Do you have your
php code deployed at ? Do you mean that
when you currently put =
into your browser, you see and
you want to replicate this behaviour using PHP? Something else?


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