You betcha! although you might wanna make sure and wait for someone else to confirm this as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the iPage guys because they can answer your iPage question better...
If I inlcude the application_top (and bottom, of course) the references through my configure file still fail...
Oh yea.. because the config. starts at the /catalog...
Hmm.. there IS a way to do this.. I think it's a change in the config, but I will need to search this more...
I think I'mgoing to just recor dthe applcation top into the home page..
I'll let you know how it goes...
If you place the entire application_top.php file above your <head> section of the page, and rename all the DIR_WS_CATALOG (etc) with the explicit root url, that sorts out the main references..
However, the images from the whats_new.php query are also out of kilter..
These will need to be rebuilt in the query..
To be honest, it's too much work for what I need (seeing as I get the infobox in the same layout too) - So I'm going to rebuild the box to match my homepage more closely...
My store is part of my iPage site in the catalog directory (ie mysite/catalog/).
On the home page of my main site, I'd like to pull the whats_new.php file from the boxes directory..
However, if I reference like:.
<?php require('catalog/includes/boxes/whats_new.php') ?>.
It won't appear as some of the info is started in the application_top.php file..
Is there a way of pulling this (or any other) infobox above the root level of the store?.
Thanks chaps (and chapettes).
Sure.. you need to require(application_top.php) and then include the whats new box.. Obviously you also need to make sure that your root files are .php and not .html..