One thing I noticed when I did some updates to a few of our programs, is that
certain comment lines caused strange errors, and really nothing else.
I basically made a backup copy removed comments, and then added them back in which
made everything work...not sure if somehow the older box ( using pico ) caused some
strange errors that the new version of php spotted, but just in case you are getting
things you are not expecting.
Michelle Marcicki wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have recently taken over the webmaster responsibility for an educational
> website. It is using PHP3 and MySQL. We had to move it to a new server, that
> as it turns out only supports PHP4. I have been looking through all the FAQs,
> resource sites, manuals and documentation, but all I can find as a solution is
> to change all my current file extensions .php3 to just .php ! Can anyone tell
> me if this will work before I start converting probably close to several hundred
> files?? I am going to change and test some files, but would like some advice on
> The type of errors that I get with the current file setup are when clicking on
> any of the links that lead to files in PHP3 are: You have started to download a
> file of type "application/x-httpd-php3", etc.
> Any other tips or info would be appreciated. This is a bit urgent, as I have
> just found out that the site "director/owner" wants it as functional as possible
> for the start of school this week... so no pressure really... lol.
> Thanks in advance.
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