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  1. #1
    DSC is offline
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    I don't even know if this is the right place for this but it seems to fit better here than anywhere else

    So I have a header that I want to use on every page, no problem I have that working fine using php. BUT my problem comes in when I have pages in other directories. ok my header has a link saying home that links to 'index.php', a link to the forum that links to '/f/index.php' and other links to other pages...standard like all sites.
    My problem is, when I click on the link to the forum I am now in '' so when I click the home link it links to the index.php within the /f directory and when I click on forum it doesn't find anythign because /f/index.php doesn't exist while already in the /f directory making it /f/f/index.php.

    How do I get around this w/out actually linking to the full or making a different header anytime I have something in a subdirectory?

    For now I just have a different header for anything 1 level up linking to /../index.php but I'd really rather not have to do that.

    Thanks in advance!


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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    What I do is specify a relativity variable before each URL. Then all links are based on that. For example:
    PHP Code:
    $relativity "../";
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