> It's not very usual for the simple reason that many people who have access
> to a PHP web server don't use it, they just use normal HTML. The problem
> with having HTML execute as PHP is that it uses the PHP module when it
> mightn't need to. On my webserver the extensions which are parsed as PHP are
> .php and .php3, I think this is the normal setup for web servers.
> Marc.
> P.s. Would u not like to show your support for PHP by displaying the .php
> extension?

Mayhaps with Apache it is possible to have the .html files in a subdirectory 
(for instance yourdomain.org/php/file.html to have the php mentioned) 
handled as PHP and the other dirs not. I agree that it is a waste of server 
time to send all html files through php.


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