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..what DOCTYPE is it then?


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Your files should either be HTML strict or XHTML strict... See this post: http://www.killersites.com/forums/topic/62/html-or-xhtml-updated-30-july-06/

 

In order for the server to be able to understand and display PHP code correctly, it needs to be within the www directory. Usually, I create a new folder within the www directory for each new project I work on, and keep all of my files (php, html, css, etc) within that directory.

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PHP files are either HTML or XHTML depending on the doctype.

 

PHP adds some server-side functionality to HTML or XHTML pages where there is PHP code, the rest of a page may be just HTML or XHTML.

 

Your website may have some pages with PHP code in them and .php filename extension and other pages just HTML or XHTML with .html filename extension.

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