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I need the following three variables to be available globally, that is to every page.

(An common header.html uses them at every page).

Please teach me how to initialize them.

(inside the header.html maybe?)


'U_M_CODE'   => append_sid("{$phpbb_root_path}faq.$phpEx", 'mode=bbcode'),
'U_M_TERMS'  => append_sid("{$phpbb_root_path}ucp.$phpEx", 'mode=terms'),
'U_M_PRV'    => append_sid("{$phpbb_root_path}ucp.$phpEx", 'mode=privacy'),        


Thank you.


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So I define this constant in my index.php and it works ok.


define("UU_M_TERMS", append_sid("{$phpbb_root_path}ucp.$phpEx", 'mode=terms'));
echo UU_M_TERMS;
echo constant("UU_M_TERMS");


When I open another page the constant is not available any more.

Should it be present in all pages and for the duration of the session?




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