Hi John: I am not sitting in front of DW8 at the moment but try looking in the Help menu for file associations. I remember that when DW is installed, it asks you which filetypes you want DW associated with: if this dialog can be prompted to appear again, you might be able to correct the issue you have discovered. Jules -----Original Message----- I've had PHP installed on my machine for a while, and PHP pages within Web site have always opened properly within my browser... until I installed Dreamweaver 8. Even though I unselected all file associations during installation, something got screwed up: when I visit a PHP page, both Firefox and IE prompt me to either download the file or open it in PHPEdit (which I've also had installed for some time without this issue). So I assume Dreamweaver selected PHP as an association during installation by default, then triggered the existing association with PHPEdit somehow to override opening PHP files in my browsers. I checked my Firefox associations, but PHP is not listed (and you can only view and edit, and not create, associations in Firefox options).