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17 years ago
rlg0613
In another thread I mentioned that my problem was that I was opening my php file in my browser as a stand alone file and not through the Apache web server. I've found that an idiot proof (for me) way of testing my php files is to put them in a subfolder to the wamp www folder. That way when I bring up the local host from the tray icon I see my folder under projects. I click on my project folder
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17 years ago
rlg0613
I said it was a stupid thing I did... Here's the problem and the solution. It was probably in the suggestions provided, but I missed it. I was creating the php files and depositing them in the wamp\www folder. No problem so far. Then when I would go to test them I would open the browser and choose File | Open file..., and then I would browse for the d:\wamp\www folder and choose the file I want
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17 years ago
rlg0613
I appreciate your response. I'm replaying, in my mind, what I've done in the last few weeks. I started out with wamp5 1.6.0 which worked fine. I got diverted on an unrelated project and when I got back I decided to remove wamp5 and install php 5.1.2 as an independent package. Time passed and I got diverted again. I realized that what I really wanted was the wamp5 collection again so I removed php
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17 years ago
rlg0613
I've got the same problem - not parsing php files. I'm using the full correct tags <?php ... ?>. Even so I modified my config file to allow short tags. That didn't work either. This problem only cropped up when I upgraded to the latest version 1.6.1. It's got to be a configuration issue, but I'm not sure of what needs to be changed.
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17 years ago
rlg0613
Actually I saved it both ways, I was desperate. It didn't work either way. Yes php is a language, but doesn't something (like a service) need to be running on the server side (local host) to interpret the files being activated with a .php extension? I don't think Apache recognizes .php by default and even if it did it would have to hand it over to some other process to interpret the file. I suspe
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17 years ago
rlg0613
Only a week ago I decided to upgrade my wamp5. I should have known better. I've got Apache and MySQL running, but when I try to bring up the simplest php page all I get is the text to show in the browser. It's as if php were not running. I've dropped back to the Hello world example. For example I save this as hello.php <html> <head> <title>PHP Test</title> </head&
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