I don’t think you can do that. As far as I am aware, require_once is similar to include and effectively tells PHP to insert code from another file in its place. You would need to do something like this:
<?php $myvar=myvalue; require_once (“myfile.php”); ?>
and then the myfile.php code would need to look for the $myvar value rather than th$_GET value.
Does that make sense?
What about a CSS reviewer? I would be up for that.
Just for closure, both Sitebase with his OWIT plugin and me with capOW were the winners of the iPads.
Thanks for anyone that voted for either of us and it just goes to show what a smart community we have here (even if I do say so myself).
I look forward to seeing what Sitebase develops for codecanyon on his shiny new iPad.
I’ve got a CSS item ready to go (almost – just need to document) which I think is what you are after. I can PM you a link if you would like to see before hand.
Its actually a very good api, quite good to develop with, you guys should check it out.
I’ve managed to get two entries in there, capOW and ShirtSafe.
There’s a Drupal module in there two for those of you that way inclined.
@gbsmith71 Can you send me an email from my profile page?
No, you are a genius.
as per previous message
Along the lines of what David said above, if someone want’s to steal it, they will, but the harder you can make it the better.
Still not going to hide it from firebug, but perhaps some ajax load after the demo page.
That way at least “the thief” would have to go through each element one by one and not be able to grab a whole CSS file.
Failing all that, screenshots or some sort of video would have to do.
Food for thought, maybe?
I built this last year for a customer last year: http://www.wardrobefx.com/#main
I’m not sure I would do it exactly the same again, but you get the idea. This one hooks into the Printfection.com API , but it could be setup for anything.
Ping me a message if you want to discuss further.