If you are opening the file with fread instead of using "include()" then it
wont parse properly ...
from an ajax response anything echoed back from a php script will just
Could you give an example fo your code and the php page and i will try to
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robaj" <robrass...@gmail.com>
To: "Prototype & script.aculo.us" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 3:01 PM
Subject: [Proto-Scripty] php in files
> I know this isn't strictly speaking a Prototype issue, but this is the
> only group I am in and a few topics do skirt around the edges of your
> main topic.
> If I have a file -
> echo "<h1>A very interesting home page</h1>";
> Then the file is returned to go into <div id="mainbody"></div> with a
> plain fread() into a variable which is 'echo'd back to the client.
> 'include'ing this file is fine, but then it passes through php at the
> same time as everything else.
> But any such file loaded as the action of an Ajax call is not fine. It
> doesn't get passed via php, or at least I don't think it does -
> because in 'mainbody' I get part of it such as
> Interesting"; ?>
> Confusing because if it were being passed through php I would expect
> 'Interesting'. but if it were not, then I would expect the whole file
> in plain text.
> I knew when I did this with fread I was probably heading for trouble,
> but which is happening,
> partial php parseing,
> no php parseing or
> ..... ?
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