I have a services.php in the root of my site.
We put wordpress into a blog/ directory.
The way you define YARPP_DIR (define(‘YARPP_DIR’,dirname(__FILE__));) causes my root services.php to be included when I try to include the wordpress functionality into the existing site.
I suggest using a different method for getting the YARPP_DIR
I’m not sure what exactly the issue is. What file is getting included where? I actually have a very similar setup on a site I run, and YARPP works fine there.
Ya sorry that was unclear.
Okay what I did is have a wordpress integration as instructed here.
Our directory structure is that the website is in the root(www.site.com/) and wordpress into a folder named ‘blog’ (www.site.com/blog/). With your plugin installed and active causes the services.php in the root to be included instead of services in the plugin folder.
So when I put this onto the websites home page (www.site.com) before the doctype… first 2 lines:
<?php define('WP_USE_THEMES', false); require('blog/wp-blog-header.php');?>
It causes our services.php (www.site.com/services.php) to be included instead of services in the plugin folder.
What we’re doing is put the wordpress posts from a specific category (news category) into the website’s home page (www.site.com) and then allowing them to link to the wordpress addition to the site (www.site.com/blog).
So what happens on the homepage is that before the doctype/head tag is that it includes services.php (www.site.com/services.php) ontop of the site.
What I think is happening is that the
define('YARPP_DIR',dirname(__FILE__));is using the root when you integrate outside of the wordpress environment.
Hmm, I see… __FILE__ should always point to the current file being executed, which should be that yarpp file, at the point where YARPP_DIR is defined.
Could you try this? Right after the
define('YARPP_DIR',dirname(__FILE__));line, please add
echo YARPP_DIR . ',' . __FILE__;. That’ll print out some debug code. Could you paste it in here?
Ya looks like I am wrong. 🙂
services.php is incorrectly called in a different plugin incorrectly.
Did you get this resolved then?
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