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    hey guys, I’m trying to run an if statement that targets all subfolders.

    Not sure what i’m looking for: I’ve tried an asterisk and the /.. thing. What should I be doing to target all subfolders?

    $folder = dirname($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]);
    if ($folder != '/images' || $folder = '/folder/*' )//trying to target all subfolders

    @stevendeeds and do what with them?


    I think the OP is trying to evaluate if he is in a specific set of folders.
    I’ll word the query out to see if that is what the OP wants.

    “IF ( (NOT in the ‘images’ folder) OR (it is within the ‘folder’ folder))
    { “you are either not in the Images folder, or your in my hidden ‘folder’ then Go away!”}

    Like a PHP replacement for a .htaccess rule?

    This would assume you only want a decision made base on the folder that you are in, and not that you wish to ‘do something’ with the folder itself?

    Although I cannot help with the actual problem, I hope I have made it easier to ‘identify’ the problem :-s

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