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Hey everyone. I have a site I’m building that is using a sidebar on every page. The sidebar consists of things of the “latest” nature. Meaning I will have to update them when the time comes.
Now seeing how I will have well over 50 pages, I would like to not have to update every single page’s sidebar with the information.
So I decided to create a php file that would house the actual html code of the sidebar and declare that code as a variable. After some work, I was able to get the html to pass into the pages correctly from the php file. Problem is, the html from the variable is ignoring the css file.
How do I get the output html to obey the CSS file’s rules? I have tried including the css file line in the both the php file and the variable… Not really sure how to achieve this. Anyone know?
Hey everyone again. I solved the issue. It was a mistake on my part lol. I had some bad syntax in the php file.