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  • # June 7, 2013 at 11:25 am

    in the “Display Styled Directory Contents”
    http://css-tricks.com/snippets/php/display-styled-directory-contents/

    **I posted:**

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    // Set Forbidden Files
    $forbiddenExts = array(“php”, “ico”, “html”, “LCK”, “js”);

    // Gets Each Entry
    while($entryName = readdir($myDirectory)) {
    $exts = explode(“.”, $entryName);
    if(!in_array($exts[1],$forbiddenExts)) {
    $dirArray[] = $entryName;
    }
    }

    I password protected the directory so each file has a “LCK” file. When i added that extension to the “$forbiddenExts” line but they still show up. If I add “pdf” to the code then the pdf files and the pdf.LCK file are hidden. I only want to hide the LCK file. Any ideas?

    I did add “IndexIgnore *.LCK” to my .htaccess file but now that i am using this they show up again. please help!

    # June 7, 2013 at 9:44 pm

    You need to explain this more clearly.

    From what I understand of your problem, yes, adding an extension (e.g., `LCK`) to the `$forbiddenExts` array will prevent files with those extensions from being added to the `$dirArray` array (provided there is exactly one `.` in the filename).

    *****
    > I only want to hide the LCK file.

    Meaning any file that ends in `.LCK`, correct? You don’t care about anything else?

    < ?php
    // all files in $myDirectory not ending in “.LCK”
    $dirArray = glob( $myDirectory.’/*.[!L][!C][!K]‘ );

    Only thing you might need to change is to remove the `/` in the pattern if your var `$myDirectory` already ends with one.

    *****
    I don’t understand the rest of what you wrote.

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