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    Linking php pages.

    I am having a little problem here. Correct me if i am posting in the wrong area.

    http://jlee.oopsmural.com/guestbook2.htm

    I haven't figure out how to link or even blend the file view.php. What you see here is an iframe. I know it's a bad idea but i am stuck since i am not a php expert.

    Perhaps there is are some better suggestions.
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    www.oopsmural.com

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    .... reply deleted ... I was thinking of something different.

    I was going to suggest using a PHP Include, but that would cause
    a problem. The View PHP script would not re-appear correctly.

    You'll need to meld the existing layout, banner, background into the
    view.php script, and you'll need to know some PHP to do that.
    Last edited by mlseim; 11-23-2006 at 08:42 PM.

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    i think i missed out your deleted reply but its ok. btw i tried

    <div id="ezplz">
    <?php include("guestbook/view.php"); ?>
    </div>

    on the page but nothing appeared. well if nobody can help, i ll seek other methods. Thanks.
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    Cryonic,

    That was the suggestion I deleted.
    I realized it wouldn't work.

    You'll have to go into the actual guestbook PHP script and
    customize it so it looks like the rest of your site. We of course
    can't do that, since we cannot access your website.

    I'm talking about actually customizing the skins, backgrounds,
    images, layout, etc. so that the guestbook script renders itself
    to look like the other pages on your site.

    You're trying to do it the other way around, by fitting the guestbook
    into your other pages. It won't work that way.

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    lol. ok thanks, i ll figure out myself.
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