So just for clarity, this "PHP" script 
("http://localhost/top_stuff.php?affiliate=1";) was actually a file 
containing javascript? and no PHP?

And out of curiosity, if that is so, why append the file name with 


On Sunday, September 22, 2002, at 07:20 PM, Georgie Casey wrote:

> Solved the problem.
> In case anyones wondering,
> I had the PHP script starting with a <script> and ending with 
> </script> when
> I already had that done in the HTML page.
> Simple
> "Georgie Casey" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
>> In HTML, you can do this:
>> <script language="JavaScript"
>> src="http://localhost/top_stuff.php?affiliate=1";></script>
>> 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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