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detecting user's url paths..

I have a site with a global header with navigation tabs.  In a portion of the site I have a members only section.  I want to be able to use an alternate tab while the url path is with in a particular section ONLY.

For example these would get  the special header:
www.foo.com/members/index.cfm
www.foo.com/members/upgrade/index.cfm

Thes would not:
ww.foo.com/index.cfm
www.foo.com/public/index.cfm

I thought id use a cfif in my header file to detect the path the user is on.  Using #cgi.script_name# or #cgi.http_referer#.
Maybe like this:
<cfif #cgi.script_name#  EQ /members/>
show this header image
<cfelse>
show regular header image
</cfif>

But I wanted something more like intelligent like
<cfif #cgi.script_name#  EQ /members/*.cfm>

It's flawed, as it can't determine what each page would be as I add new ones. Help! Need this ASAP ...

Thanks,
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PhotoMan2000
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PhotoMan2000
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azadisaryevCommented:
<cfif listfindnocase(cgi.script_name, 'members', '/')>
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jimmy282Commented:
or

<cfif cgi.path_info contains "/members/">

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PhotoMan2000Author Commented:
Worked great.. I should have known that! Didn't see it in the cgi list CFDUMP I did for the CGI variables..
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