What's happening specifically is that I have an html form with action 
"whatever.php" and when I click  on submit I get code echoed to the screen.  
As I said it works normally in Netscape, I get the php page with all the data 
displayed perfectly.

On Thursday 23 August 2001 20:28, you wrote:
> > I have a database browser that I made with php and mysql. When I use it
> > in
> >
> > Netscape it behaves normally.  However when I view it using Konquerer,
> > all
> >
> > kinds of php code shows up on the screen when I execute a php page.  I
> > thought that Konquerer might not be recognizing the <? and ?> start and
> end
> > tags so I tried <script language="php"> and </script>.  However if I use
> > these nothing at all shows up on the screen.  Can someone tell me what
> > the
> >
> > problem is?
> PHP files are parsed by the web server, not the web browser.
> You can't load a PHP file directly (ie, file:///) into Konqueror, nor
> any other browser. If you do, what you describe above will happen - you
> will see the source code.
> Jason

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