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I would like to add a js file thats outside my drupal installation dir, but keep it relative to that dir.

mysite
  |-- drupal
  |-- dirWithJsFile
      |-- thisfile.js

i have already tried things like

/../dirWithJsFile/thisfile.js
../dirWithJsFile/thisfile.js

but add_js seems not be able to go outside the drupal dir or is there an option i must set?

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The javascript file you want to add is not inside your drupal installation so you need to add it the same way you would do it with an external file:

drupal_add_js('http://yourdomain.com/dirWithJsFile/thisfile.js', 'external');

See drupal_add_js for more informations.

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In D6, no dice, but in D7, you could fudge it with setting $options to external and then using the full sitename and path to the file.

  • I use D7, but the site url directs to the drupal directory – dazz Dec 12 '11 at 14:48
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    well, everything is relative to the webroot, so your file would need to be under there anyway for security reasons. otherwise, someone could do www.mysite.com/etc/passwd (as an example to date myself) – Jimajamma Dec 12 '11 at 14:58

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