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    Hi,

    This may be one of the dumbest questions for a while ... but ...

    I have installed a script on the server and the various bits and bobs work fine and dandy when I create an iframe and do an absolute reference to the various php scripts.

    All documentation however says to use includes but when I create a text box and CTRL T and insert the include it does nothing when published.

    Question: How do I use includes within NOF?

    TIA
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    Have you renamed the page containing the include to have a .php filename extension? If not, in the Page Properties Palette, click Custom Names and change it.

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    Hi Laurence,

    Yes its .php

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    what are you trying to include (post the include statement) ?

    Do you have an online example of it working and not working ?

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    And the syntax you're using for the include is.....?

    Keep in mind... an include sucks the code of the script into your page.... so if the script is doing things like sending headers or blocks of html (ie. html, head, body), that will conflict with the page's code that you're inserting the script code into.
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    Hi Mike, Chuck.

    If to go to this link you will see what I have. www.villasur-tenerife.com

    Home page has the include statement ..... <?php include (“search_.php”); ?>

    Test page has the iFrame ..... http:/www.villasur-tenerife.com/search_.php
    Structure is
    /search_php
    /index.php

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    Change your double quotes to single quotes.

    <?php include ('search_.php'); ?>

    <? include 'search_.php'; ?> would work too on most servers.
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    Many thanks Chuck.

    That works fine now.

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    Oh dear!

    Spoke too soon.

    It works fine if I do that on the home page but not on a sub page.

    I publish by assets. I have tried relative addressing (I think) but no luck.

    I tried <?php include ('search_.php'); ?> and <?php include ('./search_.php'); ?> and <?php include ('../search_.php'); ?>

    Same link .... properties page.

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    I see the form on your test page, but not the home page or properties page.

    So you already have it working on a page in the HTML folder...
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