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You need to keep two things in mind with this. A php include and the server side include don't create a seperate call to the server for the documents you are incuding. So there is no valid 'referrer' when it comes to who included the page.

The PHP include basically copies the content of the included file into the location you include it. So the only way to detect that it came from PHP is to set some kind of variable and check the existence. But this only works if your included file is also a PHP file.

The server side include (SSI) is interpreted by the webserver and included when you sent the page to the browser from the server. So I suppose you could add a GET parameter to determine if it was a SSI include.
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