"Thalis A. Kalfigopoulos" wrote:
> On Sat, 23 Feb 2002, Dani wrote:
> > Hi!
> > 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"
> > align="center">
> 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.
> > regards,
> > Dani
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