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Contribute 3.11 screws up PHP includes

Posted on 2006-11-14
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Hi folks,

Has anyone else noticed that Contribute 3.01 and 3.11 both do something to new pages based on a template which has PHP includes that causes the includes to return as file not found when the page is published?

The really weird thing is that after a user notified me of the problem, I checked out the page in DW and everything appeared fine.  However, when I checked the page in from DW, the includes work.  Contribute is corrupting the include somehow, but I have no idea how.

Has anyone else seen this problem with Contribute and does anyone have a workaround?
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Question by:Jason C. Levine
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by:Jason C. Levine
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For the PAQ:

1) Upgrade to Contribute 4.  This will not be free.

2) Use full server paths in the include/require statements.  Contribute will NOT pick up the site root relative/document relative paths in the Template and modify them when you publish the file.

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