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Define/Fake Level in folders for include/require functions?


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I have a script which I call through Ajax. I place this script in a folder in my website like so:




The problem I have is that when I call ajax001.php, because it is not in the base level "myajaxwebsite", I have to put "../" in front of every include/require inside ajax001.php - as well as anything included from inside ajax001.php.


I'm looking for a function such as " define_include_level = ../ ", which makes ajax001.php essentially positioned inside "myajaxwebsite" - for the purpose of keeping the php files sorted and tidy.


Any suggestions/ideas?

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