How to insert a CMS (Doop) page into a separate page using PHP?

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This seems like it would be fairly simple but I'm coming up empty so far. I have installed DOOP, a very simple CMS. I put it into its own folder in my website root. What I want is for a particular DOOP page, let's say the home page http://mywebsite.com/cms/index.php?page=1home to display on another page - let's say this one http://mywebsite.com/aboutus.html I thought about using an inline frame, which would work except that the frame height won't scale when the frame content is taller than the frame height. I don't want any srollbars, I want this to be seamless. Then I thought about using a PHP include. However when I try that I get strange header and T_STRING errors. Is there a better way? Am I using includes the wrong way? Thanks for help, and if you message me I'll send actual examples of what I'm doing.
ASKED: January 20, 2008  3:32 AM
UPDATED: February 7, 2008  4:24 AM

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Hi CallumM

I found your question here as i am browsing over some doop related articles on the net.

So, re: your question, yes the only effective way is:

<b>- configure .htaccess file to treat .html as a .php file and execute codes.
- make an include page like you mentioned above.</b>

<i>* Version 2.0 (soon) now uses this kind of method for security and web standard purposes.</i>

Send me your file so I can check what’s wrong with your sample work, the email address is on the site’s help page.

Sorry, our forums is still in the works. but I will be soon having a blog as an alternative for doop support old and new versions

cheers.

<b>~nalds
doop Open Source Content Management System
<a href=”http://www.mydoop.org”>www.mydoop.org</a></b>

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