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    Unhappy How can I make FrontPage 2003 supports PHP?

    Is there any way to do that

    Many thanks in advance...
    Why It Doesn't Work?!

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    one question: why?
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    Don't bother. Everything Frontpage ever touches turns to s***.

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    drop to a command prompt:

    type:
    ren homesite.exe msfrontpg.exe

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    Because it's the best!

    Simple as that
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    I'm not sure about the new FrontPage, but I know if you wanted to code PHP in older versions (2000, XP), the best way to do it was to use different opening and closing tags. Try writing your PHP like this
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    <script language='php'>
        echo( 
    "Hello World!" );
    </script> 

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    Your PHP should not be mixed with your HTML in the first place. That's very bad coding practice.
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    Your PHP should not be mixed with your HTML in the first place. That's very bad coding practice.
    That's (in a general PHP help forum) a ridiculous statement.

    Millions of webpages work (just fine) exactly like that , many of them useful , many of them profitable , many of them plain kak.

    maybe like Phil.Roberts you just forgot to add the smiley?

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    ... a quick google found this ..
    http://www.totalpconline.com/phprocketaddin/

    it also found a lot of security warnings about it , nor is it free (there is a 30 day trial) , I reckon if you google hard enough you will find some better answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvarvel
    drop to a command prompt:

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    What A Big Difference! What Has The Ground To Do With The Pleiades?!
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    Wanna-be Apple nut silver trophy M. Johansson's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by firepages
    That's (in a general PHP help forum) a ridiculous statement.

    Millions of webpages work (just fine) exactly like that , many of them useful , many of them profitable , many of them plain kak.
    It's still bad coding practice to mix content and presentation.

    edit - Brendons eczema site is hugely profitable, but that doesn't change the fact that it's ugly as heck.
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