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What happened to php?

Thread began 6/07/2010 12:19 pm by peacehawk | Last modified 6/07/2010 5:08 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1283 views | 1 replies |

peacehawk

What happened to php?

I used to create php pages using site assistant professional wizard and now everytime i try I get pages formatted in html. I set up the site to php and I've defined the 1st page in php. I'm on a mac pro using snow leopard. what's the catch?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the page extension will be determined by the type of page that is opened when the site is created. Once set, it cannot be changed. you will need to delete all of the site pages and re run the site assist wizard. After deleting all of the pages from the site:

1) Make sure the Server language on the testing server tab of the site definition is set to PHP/mySQL

2) Create a new php page and save it to the site.

3) With this page open in Dreamweaver, start the site assist wizard.

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Philip H.

php not showing up for me either.

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