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    Introducing XUL - The 'Net's Biggest Secret: Part 1

    This forum thread discusses the SitePoint article 'Introducing XUL - The 'Net's Biggest Secret: Part 1' by Harry Fuecks.

    "In one of the Internet's quieter corners, a revolution has been taking place! Join Harry as he explains XUL - what it is, and how to use it, in this, the first of his three part series."

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    php_flag short_open_tag Off doesn't work for me (AllowOverride is set to All). php_flag doesn't work in my httpd.conf neither. I have to use php_admin_flag, which is allowed in httpd.conf only and not in .htaccess. I'm running Apache 2.0 w/ PHP 4.2.2. Any ideas about how I can override the short_open_tag flag in .htaccess?

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    The other way you could try with .htaccess is;

    Code:
    php_value short_open_tag off
    Personally I haven't used Apache 2.x with PHP much yet (using Apache 1.3x) because I don't think it's a stable combination yet but if that doesn't help, try this forum - should get someone who knows Apache better than I do.

    Of course you could switch it off in php.ini, as you seem to have control over your server...

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    Thanks, Harry. It doesn't work neither.

    Nik

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    when I run this script localy on my machine it works just fine, but when I view it through apache, I get the tabs, but nothing in the browser panels.

    Is there some special setup that needs to be done in apache (ie mime types?)

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    Your .htaccess causes an internal server error. Apache 1.3.27 win32 PHP4.2.3
    Chris

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    Anonymous
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    I must be stupid but what code archive are you talking about (to see the example1 in action). I just came onto the site. Do I need to have inside knowledge about how this site works? Why not just provide a simple link?

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    You forgot that all XUL must include the theme CSS as a matter of course, usually importing the global theme via @import url(chrome://global/skin/); suffices.


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