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I am building a web page for an orginisation I am involved in, and I am using a PHP script for a calendar. But, I have a little problem... The script is being kept in a subdirectory of a subdirectory, this is how it all looks. my site folder -index.php -[calendar] --test.php (works fine...) --[images] --[data] --[modules] ---calendar.php I am calling calendar.php from index.php, and something gets lost in the process. How should I go about calling it? What I have been doing so far is use
require("calendar/modules.php");
That calls the script, but none of the images are displayed. Anyways, this is the calendar script I am using. If any of you have some ideas on what to do, let me know. Jax calendar. And I don't know if the server I will host on will have SQL, so I have to develop with out it. If anybody knows a better calendar script, then let me know.

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I don't know which images you mean, but I do see a reference to prev_month_wb.gif located in the images directory.
Yet this directory doesn't seem to contain any images at all. Or is that caused by a htaccess file?

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Could be, but the source tells me that the image tags point to the images folder in the "root" directory (http://69.24.189.160/xa/images/). But the page has changed now anyway.

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What I have been doing so far is use
require("calendar/modules.php");

That calls the script, but none of the images are displayed.


Not that I am an expert but shouldn't it be something like
require("calendar/modules/calendar.php");

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