Emanuele D'Arrigo wrote:Are you able to write files in your webspace through PHP? (IE create if> Thanks for the suggestion guys,
> but I did forget an important detail.
> I do not have access to a unix shell
> so the whole thing must be self-contained
> in the php script.
> I could substitute my current 'echo'
> statements with some kind of fprintf
> function, so that the output is redirected
> to a file, but I was trying to find out if
> there was an easier way.
> Let me know.
> Ciao ciao!
non-exist, or overwrite if it does.)
If so, then "Default User" just gave you the method. If not, then your
best bet is to either switch hosts, or set up a development site on your
computer. THen when you have done updates to the content, use something
like wget to grab a static copy to upload.
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