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  1. #1
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    Hi, I am by no means an experienced developer but I have used php include before with no troubles. Now, however, I am running into a bit of a problem.

    I am trying to php include a registration form within my webpage template. I am using dreamweaver. When I am in design view, I see the form showing up, however when I switch to live view, and when I uploaded it onto my server and viewed it there, the registration form does not show up.

    When this:
    <?php include ("register.php");
    ?>

    didn't work,

    I used this:
    [SIZE=16px]<[/SIZE][SIZE=16px]?[/SIZE][SIZE=16px]php $path [/SIZE][SIZE=16px]=[/SIZE][SIZE=16px] $_SERVER[/SIZE][SIZE=16px][[/SIZE][SIZE=16px]'DOCUMENT_ROOT'[/SIZE][SIZE=16px]][/SIZE][SIZE=16px];[/SIZE][SIZE=16px] $path [/SIZE][SIZE=16px].[/SIZE][SIZE=16px]=[/SIZE][SIZE=16px]"/common/header.php"[/SIZE][SIZE=16px];[/SIZE][SIZE=16px] include_once[/SIZE][SIZE=16px]([/SIZE][SIZE=16px]$path[/SIZE][SIZE=16px])[/SIZE][SIZE=16px];[/SIZE][SIZE=16px]?[/SIZE][SIZE=16px]>[/SIZE]

    and still no luck. I was thinking maybe it's because I didn't define any size parameters for where the form should go, but that doesn't really make too much sense as to why that would cause it to not show up. Please help me!

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    WDF Staff Wired's Avatar
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    Did you upload register.php as well as the page you're working on?
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    Both PHP scripts are stored in the same directory? Is that correct.

    If so, what happens if you just run "register.php" by itself?

    example: mysite.com/register.php



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