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d404

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this is my out code but it is not work !! any help !!

PHP Formatted Code

<?php
require_once('lib-common.php');
$path = "/home/*****/domains/******/public_html/******/";

 $display .= COM_siteHeader(); //Change to COM_siteHeader('none') to not display left blocks
 $display .= include( $path . "form.php" );
 $display .= COM_siteFooter(true);  // Change to COM_siteFooter() to not display right blocks
 echo $display;
?>


 



help me !!
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beewee

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Location:The Netherlands, where else?
Is it not possible to put the form.php code in a php enabled static page?
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tomw

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And what error(s) do you get?

Its like saying "I told my girl I love her but it didn't work".

What were you expecting, what happened?
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d404

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Quote by tomw: And what error(s) do you get?

Its like saying "I told my girl I love her but it didn't work".

What were you expecting, what happened?


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tomw

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Then look at the error logs both geeklog and the webserver.
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machinari

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you are probably just not requiring lib-common.php properly.
unless lib-common.php is in the same directory as this script, then your script is going to encounter a fatal error.

and if your lib-common is in a different directory than this script, adjust your path to lib-common.php accordingly in your require_once thingy.

Giving it a try
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