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AAAARGH!

Of course it has worked well from the files that are in the root directory:

- root
-- images
-- templates


How do you solve the fact that there are files that are not in the root folder?

In my case I have index.php as a file that is being used as a template from multiple languages... then it happesn that it is being called (included) from different folders. Once this happens... then problems start...

index.php is at the root folder and it can access without trouble the images that are inside the "images" folder.
but any of the files that is being used inside any of the other folders i.e. index.php (when it is included from another folder) then I would need to use "../images/file.png".

How could I get the root of the web page folder? and then use it in order to load images?

Thank you in advance!
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