before you come up with how to send a header in php


if you put this in httpconf
    AddType application/x-httpd-php .css
the problem is caused

""Ralph Deffke"" <> wrote in message
> Hi folks, i did post this also on the Wamp page but maybe someone out
> had to solve that problem as well.
> systems involved
> Firefox 3.0.13
> Firefox 3.5.2
> IE 6
> Wamp:
> apache 2.2.11
> PHP 5.2.9 & php 5.3
> I do parse css files through php
> Problem: css files are loaded into the browsers but not interpreted or
> on RAW HTML files no php included. The html files are produced with
> phpDocumentor 1.4.2. IE6 uses parts of the css files loaded to display the
> page, Firefox NOT AT ALL.
> I think it might be possible that wamp throughs some wierd characters into
> the css files or is the header type a problem? It looks like parsing the
> through the php engine changes the header of the css to text/html. this
> would explain why IE6 can use them. on the other hand firebug shows the
> loaded css, indicates however that no css is available.
> as an reverse check I did load the html files direktly from the disk with
> file:/// ... and the css are interpreted perfectly. so the source of the
> problem is wamp.
> it seems that the @importcsss does the biggest creates a 404
> error "file not found"
> it seems creating dynamic css files got some secrets involved with the
> I'm using this concept since ages on linux with no problem.
> on the @includecss it seems that the search for files are changing to the
> php include path or something.
> any idear what to check?
> is important for my work to create css dynamicly

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