Author Topic: Include Droplet  (Read 2372 times)

Offline virtualadrian

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Include Droplet
« on: September 05, 2012, 07:11:01 AM »
Hi guys,

I realize that what I'm about to ask may end up being silly however .. here goes:

I would like to be able to include or require another php page within the WYSIWYG editor via droplet. However when I attempt to do that on the demo site it screams about security permissions. Is this just because of the demo, or does WB have said restriction where I cannot include or require_once ? I have used WB in the past, long long ago... like 5 years ago and if I can overcome this little stumbling block, I'm pretty sure I can use it for this project.

Anyway, is that possible?

Offline Bug

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Re: Include Droplet
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2012, 07:42:43 AM »
This is how I would do that

Create a new page, type: code
Probably with visibility:hidden
remember the section-number (not the pagenumber, it is the section number you need)

Use the showsection droplet (slightly modified version enclosed in this post)

Save it as f.i. 'includer'

Call it with

(56 being the section number of the page you want to include, so change 56 to the right value corresponding to the section nmber of your code page)

Code: [Select]
global $database, $wb, $TEXT;
$content = ' ';
$query_sec = $database->query("SELECT section_id,module FROM ".TABLE_PREFIX."sections WHERE section_id = '$sid' ");
if($query_sec->numRows() > 0) {
$section = $query_sec->fetchRow();
$section_id = $section['section_id'];
$module = $section['module'];
$content = ob_get_contents();

if (empty($content)){
$content = ' ';
$content = $content;

return $content;

(Modification: does not give an error when being empty)