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TXT File for Global Variables

Thread began 2/27/2013 8:42 am by Cologne | Last modified 2/27/2013 9:54 am by Jason Byrnes | 230 views | 1 replies |


TXT File for Global Variables

Hey there,

I need some help. I dont want to create a database drive website for a client.
I just want to store the email address in an txt.file or PHP.file on the server.

How can i make the access to the email address, so that I can use it in universal email?

Any suggestions?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

use Environment variables.

create a php file to define the email Environment variable:


['email'] = "";

on the page you will add Universal Email, use a require_once() to include the file that defines the variable:

<?php require_once("vars.php"); ?>

open the bindings panel, and click the plus button, select Environment Variable, name the binding the same as the variable you created, "email".

then in universal email, you can select the Environment variable from the bindings panel.

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