Josquius 19:46 14 Feb 2006

How does one save a file as php?
Just saving as XXXX.php has the effect as keeping it as a text file but doing xxxx.html makes it html and doesn't read any php. Any idea?

  recap 08:44 15 Feb 2006

You can save an HTML document on your computer and view it in your web browser and see the results of any changes you have made. However, PHP code requires that you have a web server that will process the document before sending it to your web browser.

To view the output of your PHP file, you will need to get a server that has PHP support, and upload your file to the server.

The tutorial of the above can be seen if you click here

I hope that is of some help to you Josquius?

  Josquius 14:34 15 Feb 2006

oh...only the server can use it...right. That helps. At least I know I've got to rely on the crappy server now.

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