Philippe Jadin wrote: > > > There are 2 folders in your include path: > > > > 1) . = current folder, wherever the script is located. > > 2) /usr/local/lib/php = ignore this path, 'cause you cant get there. > > > You will use number 1. If you put both files in the same folder, you > should be able to include one from the other, or use relative paths. +1 the /usr/local/lib/php is for system libraries only, and not accessable to regular users.. > If you can use .htaccess files (is it possible on evolt memeber area?), > create one with this in it : Yup.. Moniruvwe Orife wrote: > I know that files that are referenced in the php include() function need to > be in .:/usr/local/lib/php according to the info in phpinfo(), so what is > the actual path here? > > this is how i understand it: > user -> moni > local -> public_html > lib -> dir called lib > php -> another dir called php (where my includes reside) actually, the /usr/local/lib/php is a directory on the server, and really has nothing to do with your directory or username :) Shout if you have any more questions.. .djc.