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    "Input file not found"

    now do you see why I was so hesitant to learning another code? *chuckles*

    use this page and click on the "Who was St. Ignatius?" link

    ok - so this is the syntax that I used
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          <?php include("includes/ignatius-enc.php"); ?>
    and "Input file not found" is the error I get

    If I go direct to the page, the actual include, it shows up just fine without any formatting of course - but I get the error when I click on the menu item

    feel free to have a look - please ignore the formatting and errors and very definitely ignore the banner

    any help is greatly appreciated
    Last edited by harlequin2k5; 02-19-2006 at 03:21 AM.

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    dunno what happened but it's displaying now...

    thanks anyway!

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    the cause for the page not rendering was I actually had it pointing to the wrong page *chuckles* golly I can be so dumb sometimes *chuckles*


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