Nope, he's lying. PHP is server side, a browser is well,
browser side. So, no. The only possible way is if you had
your PHP actually printing (by say an accidentally closed ?php>)
which would cause it to be show, but since thats a programming
mistake, thats not really a fault of the language.
On Thu, 2002-06-13 at 09:12, Angelo Marcos Rigo wrote:
> Hi list
> I am using php on the company´s website that i work
> and now someone told me that you can view the php source with
> the opera browser
> he says he done it by himself .
> Anybody can tell me if it´s true or not ?
> or in wich conditions this can happen! how to fix this?
> Ângelo Marcos Rigo
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