[thelist] re: PHP/Apache [solved]

John Griffith john at host-it.co.uk
Wed Apr 28 06:47:54 CDT 2004

or by surrounding the filename with quote marks
save "file.php" rather than file.php and it will use exactly what you typed. i don't think it's a notepad / wordpad thing, it seems
to happen with any app that uses the standard windows Save As control.


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Subject: Re: [thelist] re: PHP/Apache [solved]

Tom Dell'Aringa wrote:

> Gah, my own stupid fault.

> When you create a text file from scratch in wordpad and save it
> something you expect to be - like a php file - you need to make sure
> it is what you think it is. Take a look at the file in windows
> explorer and make sure you have:
> file.php
> file.php.txt
> The latter will not work of course :)

You can avoid this by choosing "all files" from the save dialog box.
Same problem occurs in notepad.
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