On Friday, April 19, 2002, at 07:42  AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

>> Is there any official statement (by php.net) about which file 
>> extension you
>> should use when using PHP (1, 2, 3 or 4)? I know that's server 
>> related, but
>> isn't there a standard?
>> http://www.fatcow.com/help/php.shtml states when using PHP4, you should
>> use .php4. But I have the feeling that's not true. I can remember the 
>> windows
>> installation of PHP4 which said .phtml and .php3 were deprecated and 
>> .php
>> was the only alternative.
>> Thanks in advance
> This only belongs to the settings your webserver allows.
> f.e. I have configured, to parse every html file, so it looks like 
> there were
> static files, but they are php files. (not recommended on "real 
> traffic/big" sites
> Some ISPīs suggest that you use php3/4 extensions, as they have both 
> versions
> running.

Yeah, it really only depends on the web server.  I saw someone just the 
other day posting on this list who had their httpd.conf set to parse any 
".asp"-suffixed files with PHP.  That was funny.



Erik Price
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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