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I receive this error message in my pages; strange enough, it doesn't appear in the front page.

Notice: Undefined index: $base_path in include() (line 7 of /home/kinderen/kinderenenislam.nl/sites/all/themes/kei2/page--front.tpl.php).

Where should I include $base_path?

  • Sorry if I'm missing something here, but you say you're not receiving the error message in your front page and yet the error message cites 'page--front.tpl.php' as the source of the error (which will be the page template used for the front page). Can you clarify that? – Clive Apr 25 '12 at 7:58
  • I created a new theme, probably I'm missing something in my theme. I receive this error message in each page except the Front page – wallace740 Apr 25 '12 at 8:06
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$base_path is a global variable which should definitely be available in your theme's page template files.

I would guess your theme is doing something to remove that var (perhaps in a preprocess function). You can easily solve the problem using one of the following:

  1. Using a call to the base_path() function instead of $base_path.
  2. Using $GLOBALS['base_path'] in place of$base_path`.
  3. Adding the line <?php global $base_path; ?> to the top of your page template file(s)
  • Thx @Clive, number 1 was my solution – wallace740 Apr 25 '12 at 8:20

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