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Well you obviously didn't use my latest code. You need to add the include above all other things in your file. You need to put it at the very top.
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#12
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hey krakter,
I'm trying to do the exact same thing with my site. Here's the code that I placed at the top of my page:

<?php
$cwd = getcwd();
chdir('MyBB');
ob_start();
include("index.php");
$output = ob_get_contents();
ob_end_clean();
$output = str_replace('"'.$theme['imgdir'].'/', '"forum/'.$theme['imgdir'].'/', $output);

chdir($cwd);
?>

and then:

<div id="mybb"><?php
echo $output;
?></div>


but nothing appears in the div box when I preview in a browser. It's just blank. Any ideas?
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exitglacierguides Wrote:chdir('MyBB');
Is your forum actually installed to a directory called "MyBB"? Also take into account that on a Linux server, capitalisation in directory names is important as "mybb" and "MyBB" are not the same.
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hey mr. doom,
Thanks for the reply. Yep, the forum is in a "MyBB" directory. And the case is correct, too. I thought maybe I'd have to include the full path to the directory too (scripts/MyBB), but that didn't seem to help either. Maybe there is a different way I need to enter the full path?
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