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PHP Works Locally But Not On The Server

Thread began 1/25/2012 12:10 pm by ebonixs | Last modified 1/25/2012 12:55 pm by ebonixs | 1924 views | 2 replies |

ebonixs

PHP Works Locally But Not On The Server

Hi WA Community, I've ran it a small situation and I will like to know if someone can assist me. I've create a form using CSS Form Builder and it worked fine. But later on, upon testing a second time, the php page won't load. Instead, both IE and Firefox is asking me to download the php file (which works perfectly fine on my local server). Here is the URL: contact.php

Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

are you sure the host supports php?


try creating a new php page and add the following code to it:

php:
<?php phpinfo(); ?>




this should show details about the PHP installation on the server.

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ebonixs

I'm sorry about that... This morning I've been blowing my brains out trying to figure out whats going on... After using the info.php (containing the information you gave me)... The php information showd up... (great!...ID10T Error) so I tried the contact.php page based on my results with your information and it works!... Now it wants to be my friend!

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