I'm not sure what you're wanting to do here, but it looks like you just
browser request an additional page for this. Just do something like this
in your PHP script:
However, speaking directly to your problem, see what you see when you
access that URL (http://localhost/top_stuff.php?affiliate=1) yourself.
If your PHP scripts are not being processed and instead are just
displayed in the browser, then your Web server is not configured to
Georgie Casey wrote:
>In HTML, you can do this:
>But the script isn't executed before being used by the browser, it's
>returned with PHP tags and all, which obviously gives JS errors. Is there
>any setting you can change in Apache that let's you do this.
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