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Going to PHP

Thread began 11/12/2009 5:52 pm by GaryDCoxDFW | Last modified 11/12/2009 7:44 pm by Dani Chankhour | 896 views | 1 replies |

GaryDCoxDFW

Going to PHP

I have been doing ASp Websites and htm;. I am learn PHP so I am a new person in this Ok you get you sit edesigned to go to PHP do you covert it or what is the proceedure. what was the proceedure what ws the starting proceedure, etc.

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Dani Chankhour

If you are going to from ASP to PHP, then you will need to recreate your files with a php extension. To do that, you will just need to change the Site Settings from ASP to PHP and the files that gets generated should be php files.

There is no procedure from going to ASP to PHP because you can't really convert the files, you will just have to create the files again and transfer over the functionality. If you use SAP and saved your site as a preset, you could just re-run the wizard after changing your site settings in DW.

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