Why not just use an auto_prepend rule in your config and prepend that bit of PHP code automatically without touching the FrontPage-generated crap?
-Rasmus On Mon, 7 Jan 2002, Miles Thompson wrote: > I have a client which edits all his PHP pages as HTML files in MSFT Front > Page. That's not been a problem until now, as the pages are all straight > HTML except for a bit at the very top. > > Here's the problem. We need this line at the top of the page, ahead of the > <HTML> tag, for an automatic login routine: > > <? session_start();session_register( "origin" );$origin=$PHP_SELF; ..and a > bunch of stuff ... ?> > > Front Page insists on doing this to the line: > > <? session_start();session_register( "origin" );$origin= " $PHP_SELF; " > ..and a bunch of stuff ... ?>, > > putting quotation marks around $PHP_SELF; like so : "$PHP_SELF;" > > Needless to say this causes parse errors. I can open the file in the HTML > tag of Front Page, eliminate the quotes and save it. When I reopen the file > the quotes have reappeared. > > I have removed the file from the Front Page web, edited it using a plain > ASCII editor, then reloaded it. Guess what, the quotes magically reappear. > > Does anyone have any suggestions? It's Front Page 98 by the way. > > For those of you who are wondering how I change these files to PHP I just > parse them after they are uploaded to the server, changing all links to > point to .php rather than .html and saving the changed files with .php > extensions. > > Regards - Miles Thompson > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]