Originally Posted by akrocatering
For more information on how PHP handles including files and the include path, see the documentation for include path.
Hi and Thank You
The problem wasn't the actual include path as I had that correct. It was (and I'm no php expert so please excuse my terms of expression here) a line which apparently need to be added at the end of the page within the php file that told the include path to accept being called, or so to spect to accept the call.
That's close to how a programmer I found explained it to me.
The other problem with the open a new window was that I didn't place a (\) before the (")s, again I had that partly correct except for that slash.
I am tring to learn the php but unfortunately rome wasn't build it a day. (2 maybe) LOL.