Hi

Just enclose it in <?php ?>

You can do this in either templates or html pages

If you want it to work you can either save as .php, include it in a php
script or set your server to parse htm pages with php.

HTH

Peter

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> From: its me [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: 06 July 2002 06:32
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> Subject: [PHP-DB] template problem!!!
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> i have asimple problem:
> can i put php code in the site template??-i'm using dreamweaver.
> and if yes will i save it as php or as .dwt??
> thanks guys
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> Rehab M.Shouman
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