Torkil Johnsen wrote:
> Yeah this is a BIT of topic...
> I have this code:
> <?
>   header("Content-type: image/svg+xml");
>   print('<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>');
> ?>
> <?php $text="This page uses PHP and SVG"; ?>
> <!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 20000303 Stylable//EN"
> "";
> >
> <svg xml:space="preserve" width="100%" height="20">
>         <desc>Using styles</desc>
>         <rect style="fill:#333333" x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="145"/>
>         <text x="50" y="70" style="text-anchor:left; fill:#cccccc; font-size:26;
>         font-weight:15; font-family:Tahoma, Verdana; font-style:regular"><?php echo
>         $text; ?></text>
> </svg>
> See for yourself at:
> This produces an error message (which you can read at the same page).
> Why is this?
> I had an xml/svg "specialist" make this code and it works perfectly on his
> server... Anyone got ANY clue as to why this is happening?

It is not an error. The server just returns the script contents in plain
text, so it is not executed as a PHP script. You need to configure your
server to either process this script as a PHP script (it could be as
simple as rename its extension to .php) or configure it to process all
files with extension .psvg as PHP scripts.

Manuel Lemos

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