On Sat, 23 Feb 2002, Dani wrote:
> I have just visited a webiste and I have notice that user can't really
> see the .php extension at the end of the URL address. And when I look at
> the link address it's got 'class="click"' .
> Could someone help me to understand this please?
> <td bgcolor="#ffffff"><img src="http://www.website_name.com"></td>
> <td bgcolor="#FF8000" class="click" width="90"
The class="..." attribute, is a StyleSheet thing. It defines the look&feel of the
element that bears it (at the begining of the file you are likely to find a link to a
.css file which has all the style directives) This has nothing to do with whether the
user can see the .php extension or not.
This has to do with the webserver configuration, and making it treat ALL files
(regardless of ending) as PHP files.
hope it helps,
> any explaination is grately appriciated.
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