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Do include without execute php code

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Anyboby knows how I can do a include of a php page without execute the
php code that the page have inside.

The target is hide the url of the page that I am including and don't
permit execute malicius code in this page.

Thanks in advance.

;-)
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Ruben Duarte <ru**********@knet.es> wrote:
Anyboby knows how I can do a include of a php page without execute the
php code that the page have inside.

The target is hide the url of the page that I am including and don't
permit execute malicius code in this page.

Thanks in advance.

;-)


How about readfile()?
One look in the manual would have been enough... >:-S
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The question is, what can you make people believe that you have done.«
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Jul 17 '05 #2

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Thanks Simon.
It seems a good idea. I will try it.
:-O

Simon Stienen <si***********@news.slashlife.de> wrote in message news:<er***************@news.dangerouscat.net>...
Ruben Duarte <ru**********@knet.es> wrote:
Anyboby knows how I can do a include of a php page without execute the
php code that the page have inside.

The target is hide the url of the page that I am including and don't
permit execute malicius code in this page.

Thanks in advance.

;-)


How about readfile()?
One look in the manual would have been enough... >:-S

Jul 17 '05 #3

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