Okay… I created a subdomain for my site taht was twitter.mysite.com
the index of that directory was index.php which was nothing but an include of twitter.com/mysite
this make sense? is there a reason why this doesn’t work?
The wierdest thing is that it worked just fine until a week ago….
It sucks because I have like seven pages on my site that do this and now they all show up as blank. I check the code of the blank page and it has nothing that i wrote…
check it out…
when i open it up in the WYSISYG editor through my stupid yahoo webhosting, it shows what i put, which is
<?php include ('http://twitter.com/Kings_Among_Men'); ?>
As always… thanks for the insight guys…
okay.. the ”< a href=”http://twitter.com/Kings_Among_Men’);”>” was added by the forum. I thought that was the point of the code tag, to take it as it is. Anyway…
I googled the hell out of it… i know the include is symantically correct. My point is that there is nothing in the page but the include itself, which has worked for months up until a week ago.
anyone know why?
My suspicion is it is the web host… am i wrong?
Damn.. no help out there… at all… come on…
<?php echo(file_get_contents('http ://twitter.com/Kings_Among_Men')); ?>
(remove the space after “http”)
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