I'm putting this in the SPAM section as it is way OT regarding N-13 News, but I know somebody here knows...
I'm experimenting with a simple Event Calendar script. It's written in PHP, and has three main output files.
index.php lists all events with all details. index1.php lists all events with basic details event.php lists a single event with all details.
Each is a stand-alone php file that can be called directly from the URL and will display the information. index1.php creates a link to event.php so that someone can get more detailed information.
So far so good.
Now, I'm trying to use a PHP include to embed this into an existing web page. I can ebmed index.php to show all information, no prob. And I can embed index1.php to show basic information.
But when the link in the basic info is clicked to call event.php I have a problem. Initially the path was wrong, so I fixed it to point to right place. But now I get a separate page with the detailed listing.
What I'd like to happen is for the detailed listing to also be shown embedded in the page as if it were "included".
I hope that makes sense. I'm not expecting someone to do this for me, just some guidance. My possible lines of approach are:
- figure out how to swap out the "included" file when the link is clicked
- somehow change event.php into a function called by index1.php
- combine event.php and index1.php into a single php file
Here's my experimental page with index1 included:
And here are direct URL to each of the files: