On Sat, 2009-07-18 at 23:09 -0600, Govinda wrote:
> > i never used x-mapp-php5, but most of a forums say it is specific to
> > 1and1 hosting service. php recommends application/x-httpd-php
> >
> > http://us2.php.net/manual/en/install.unix.apache2.php
> >
> > try adding AddType application/x-httpd-php .html in your root htaccess
> hmmm.   Darn!   I just did try what you suggested above.  Still no luck.
> > if that dosent help you'll have to add that to your htpd.conf file
> I am guessing that this means that I am outta luck since I am on a  
> shared hosting environment and assume I do not have access to  
> httpd.conf.
> Agreed?
> > It sounds like your .htaccess file may be telling .html files in a / 
> > sub/directory/ to treat .html files as .php
> I'm sorry I misled everyone.  I just looked better at things and .html  
> files are NOT getting their PHP parsed...  *not anywhere*.   So I  
> assume then that it IS an httpd.conf issue.  (?)   ...and only the  
> host admin can turn this on for me?  (Because if it is something I  
> have control over he is going to give me a hard time ;-)
> -G
Generally, if a file has a .html extenstion, then it should really just
contain html. .php extensions are meant for php code containing html.


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