By using .inc you can be sure they will not get executed out of context
which can be dangerous, but also you should add this to apache config to
stop them being delivered as plain text which can also be dangerous. I
don't know about IIS but I guess they have something similar.
Deny from all
At 06:10 PM 19/04/2002, you wrote:
>Just a few quick questions if anybody is out there.
>Why use .inc as a file extenstion when you can use .php ??
>What are the advantages/disadvantages to using .inc?
>Is one more secure?
>Which is faster?
>Which is consider a better pratice?
>Thanks a lot.
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