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  1. I swear I tried that. At least I thought that I did. But guess what, I made the change that you suggested and it's working perfectly. I uploaded the updated include file in case anyone else wants to see it working now. I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. Thank you!
  2. How can I use an include file that has a list of links in any directory at my website without breaking those links? You can see it in action here... The links in this directory work... https://www.billelgin.com/primary-directory/ The links in this directory (being created from the same include file) do not work... https://www.billelgin.com/primary-directory/subsection-one/ Obviously the problem is the include file is being called from different directories, so it's breaking the relative path links in the include file, but what can I do to fix it? You can download the example directory structure here... https://www.billelgin.com/EXAMPLE.zip
  3. I’ve been a front end website developer for over 2 decades and I’m very good at it. However, I have little experience with creating dynamic websites. It’s time to change that so I’m going to dive in and learn PHP and MySQL. If anyone has any questions about front end development, I would be happy to share what I know. Bill
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