At 5:10 PM -0700 8/18/09, wrote:
I've searched high and low for an answer to this. Hopefully someone here might know. Can PHP be used under a CGI? I tried to put the following code on one of my perl shopping cart pages but it doesn't work:

echo "<select name=\"Year\">";
for ($year = date("Y") ; $year <= date("Y") + 8 ; $year++) {
        echo "<option value=\"$year\">$year</option>\n";
echo "</select>";

It works fine on a .php page. I know that SSI will not work under CGI, so maybe it's the same for PHP. Is there anyway to get this to work?



I won't guarantee that this will work, but it's worth a try.

In your .htacess file add this:

# handler for phpsuexec. -- makes following prefixes considered for php
<FilesMatch "\.(htm|html|pl)$">
 SetHandler application/x-httpd-php

If it works, let me know.



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