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From BAO RuiXian <ruixian....@pp.inet.fi>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] using php in header file
Date Wed, 28 Apr 2004 16:13:32 GMT


tony wright wrote:

>On Monday 26 April 2004 20:41, BAO RuiXian wrote:
>  
>
>>David Benson wrote:
>>    
>>
>>>>I am sure there is somewhere to tell apache or php which file extensions
>>>>to use as php files but I can't remember where it is.
>>>>
>>>>perhaps someone else out there could tell us?
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>[snip...]
>>>2. Apache knows which files to treat as PHP files...
>>>
>>>	# Tell Apache to feed all *.php files through the PHP module
>>>	AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
>>>      
>>>
>>I think you can add .html .htm etc. after .php in the above line. Then,
>>    
>>
>Original thread:
>  
>
>>I had apache setup on my linux box (rh9 apache 1.?) and had a
>>headerfile.php file working to display a header on directory listing. this
>>worked fine. I have suddenly noticed that the header file is no longer
>>displayed, trouble is since the last time i noticed it working I have
>>upgraded to fedora and also to apache 2
>>I have tried renaming the file to headerfile.htm and it works do I have to
>>add anything to httpd.conf to enable php header files to work? Has it
>>changed in apache?
>>    
>>
>
>you can do the above and it works, however to get back to the original 
>thread :-) When I add that line and change my header to .htm the file is not 
>displayed at all, is it possible that the directory i have my header in 
>( /include) needs to be "added" to a list of php/cgi allowed directories?
>
>tony
>  
>
I don't quite get it what all is about now. Sorry.

Best

Bao


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