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Thread began 1/03/2010 8:29 am by gruant2000381341 | Last modified 1/04/2010 3:22 pm by Jimmy Wu | 906 views | 3 replies |


quick question

I know that the original pcms release had a php extension requirement...but with the 102 release we no longer need to add the pre-doc type php code lines. So does this mean that we can drop this new version into .html pages?

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John LangerBeta Tester

PHP is used extensively throughout the PowerCMS solution. So the answer (in a nut shell) is no, you cannot.

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Office Guy-172461

Hey gruant,

I don't know the answer, but you might want to keep the php extension anyway. I make all of my pages php because just about everything is dynamic these days. Makes it easier to update old pages.

BTW I will try to find some time to add your latest guides to the KB today when I get back to the office. :)

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Jimmy Wu

Since the pages use dynamic code to work, you will not be able to run the solution without having it on a php page.

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