Adam Jimerson wrote:
I am new to this list and I grabbed the latest stable release of
Seamonkey because I am wanting to learn PHP and I used Seamonkey before
liked it so I figured I would grab it and use the composer program but
when I tried to do a simple page it stripped the PHP code from the page.
I have the PHP interpreter installed on my computer so I know that that
shouldn't be the problem.
I just done a test - you are true ...
My way of constructing my website locally is to have a web server (Abyss
Web Server personal edition free from http://www.aprelium.com/ for me)
then install php and provide the php interface from the web server.
I use notepad to modify my web pages and SM browser to look at the
result from the url: http://localhost/-my-web-site-directory/ (where
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