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You can just use require('file.htm'); inside of an index.php

here's my setup:

index.php:

<?php
$hhost = $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];

if (strstr($hhost, "facebook.com")) require('facebook.htm');
elseif (strstr($hhost, "twitter.com")) require('twitter.htm');

?>

Then it's just a matter of modifying the htm files to load the css/image files from ./twitterfiles/ subfolders or what have you.

It makes it more clean to have the files in subfolders and to not have to rely on senseless redirecting. The referrer page will still be held in the HTTP_HOST environment variable.

(Of course this is just a hypothetical, no one would really want to use a jasager with facebook.com or twitter.com, that's just silly)

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why is that silly?

You can just use require('file.htm'); inside of an index.php

here's my setup:

index.php:

<?php
$hhost = $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];

if (strstr($hhost, "facebook.com")) require('facebook.htm');
elseif (strstr($hhost, "twitter.com")) require('twitter.htm');

?>

Then it's just a matter of modifying the htm files to load the css/image files from ./twitterfiles/ subfolders or what have you.

It makes it more clean to have the files in subfolders and to not have to rely on senseless redirecting. The referrer page will still be held in the HTTP_HOST environment variable.

(Of course this is just a hypothetical, no one would really want to use a jasager with facebook.com or twitter.com, that's just silly)

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@Vile: Thanks for the tip, will try it this weekend...

...as well as playing with spt to see if it can work with a fon 2202

cheers phk

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