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Revision as of 08:43, 2 August 2008

Take notepad or any other text editor and insert:

<?php
  $p = getcwd();
  echo $p;
?>

save as detection.php (or first as txt and rename to detection.php) and upload it to the root directory of your site with ftp. Run it as http://example.com/detection.php and you have your absolute path.