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    Manage Links on all sites from one location

    Hello all,

    I have a quick question. Is there a way to manage all the links that I keep in the footer of all my sites from one location?

    Thank You in advance!

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    When they're all on one account, you might use this code:
    Code:
    <? include("DIRECTORY-HERE"); ?>
    For example, I use this for my proxy footers;
    Code:
    <? include("/home/wupme/public_html/footer.php"); ?>
    If I change the footer.php file, and I upload it to the /home/ than the footer changes on every single proxy

    Greetz!
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Wait,

    I am a little lost. They are all on one server.

    I will make a text file with what I want the footer to look like and then upload it to home/wupme/public_html/footer.php

    but in the proxy itself I have to put this in the footer section <? include("DIRECTORY-HERE"); ?>


    Do I change "Directory Here" to "home/wupme/public_html/footer.php "?

    Or what do I change it to?

    I thanked you!


    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    When they're all on one account, you might use this code:
    Code:
    <? include("DIRECTORY-HERE"); ?>
    For example, I use this for my proxy footers;
    Code:
    <? include("/home/wupme/public_html/footer.php"); ?>
    If I change the footer.php file, and I upload it to the /home/ than the footer changes on every single proxy

    Greetz!

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    For example, you want to put a backlink to ProxB.Com in your footer.

    => Open your favorite editor
    => Create a new .php file called footer.php
    => Add this in the footer.php file:
    Code:
    <a href="http://proxb.com">Proxy Sites</a>
    => Open your index.php (or main.php when you're in Glype) file.
    => Go to the place where the backlink to ProxB.Com should be visible (the footer)
    => Add this on the place where the backlink should be visible:
    Code:
    <? include("/home/account-username/public_html/footer.php"); ?>
    The account-username, should be the name you use to login to your FTP.

    => Login to your FTP. Go to 'public_html'.
    => Upload footer.php into that map.
    => Replace the current index.php (or main.php) with the new file you made in the first step of this little tutorial

    Now you should go and check your website's footer. Normally the backlink to ProxB should be visible.


    Please tell me if it worked or not
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Yes I believe that's what Aquarezz means.

    So you change "DIRECTORY-HERE" to the actual location of the footer.php file located.

    I don't know if you can use relative url instead of fixed one.

    Cheers,


    Quote Originally Posted by ProxySites.ca View Post
    Wait,

    I am a little lost. They are all on one server.

    I will make a text file with what I want the footer to look like and then upload it to home/wupme/public_html/footer.php

    but in the proxy itself I have to put this in the footer section <? include("DIRECTORY-HERE"); ?>


    Do I change "Directory Here" to "home/wupme/public_html/footer.php "?

    Or what do I change it to?

    I thanked you!

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