Ok, so I read that a good trick in website security (I believe for ddos), is to change your file structure, keeping your main script files out of the web accessible area. Such as if the server is server/myaccount/www/webfileshere to use server/myaccount/hiddenfolder/realfiles and simply use a include(). So if/when a php file is served as plain text the only information seen is include() and no real code.
Here's my issue.
being called from
when I try to use filetime() to get the time the file was last modified, it says
Warning: filemtime(): stat failed
The reason I am using filetime() is for the html tags
<meta http-equiv='last-modified' content='".htmlspecialchars($time)."'>
Any ideas how to fix this? I tried using filetime() as a relative path (since I know the exact location), and the dir option, but they all keep returning the exact same error.