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[quote author=neylitalo link=topic=109153.msg446443#msg446443 date=1159927764]

And you'll want to make sure that you set the variable $path in the CSS file - but since I think you're going for portability here, that doesn't make sense at all. It would make more sense to just hard-code it into the CSS file, since that's effectively what would be going on anyway.
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what?

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content.php
<?
$path = "folder1";
?>

rest of your html content
------------------------------------

css.php

#topnav  {
background:url(<?=$path;?>/includes/teal.gif) repeat-x;
padding-top:5px;
color:#fff;
}

Edit:  Sorry didn't see the second page of this thread... This post is semi irrelivent now...

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[quote author=neylitalo link=topic=109153.msg446443#msg446443 date=1159927764]
[code]AddHandler x-httpd-php .css[/code]
or
[code]AddType application/x-httpd-php .css[/code]

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LOL... Thanks for correcting that..

Tom

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Try using the one I gave on page 1, it should work if sessions work on your server.

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i have it to where at the top of every file, path is defined (root in my case) and then it includes the overall_header. php which has the css (renamed to .php) in it.

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