Well, if you do "View Source" on any browser, it will only show the 
source code of the HTML that the page has rendered, not the 
PHP/Perl/ASP/Cold Fusion/whatever that was used to generate the HTML 
code.  So using "View Source" will never show you the programming behind 
the HTML.

That said, I don't believe it is very easy to view the source code of a 
PHP program that generates a web page.  If you can get into the server, 
you can see the program.  I have never tried it, so I'm not sure. 
Standard security measures apply.

Phil Schwarzmann wrote:

> How easy/hard is it to view the PHP source code when you're at website?
> I noticed when I was using Internet Explorer, if I pressed "view
> source"...it would show the HTML but not the PHP.
> -Phil

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