erolwi wrote:Hi, thanks for the reply. The code was just an easy one to test.
Should there be a page called http://localhost/mypage.php ? cus that one is not working for me either.
No it do not work. If i call it test.html, nothing can be seen and if I call it test.php IE won't open it at all.
Found an error ine the file "Exalmple><
but it did not help.
erolwi wrote:...souce it looks like ths (called it test.html):
Izzy wrote:If you name the file test.html and it contains php code then Apache will not parse and render the php code. You must name your file with a .php extention if it contains php code.
Try uninstalling completely, rebooting then reinstalling XAMPP again.erolwi wrote:e.g. the browsre does not understand the php. Also tried to run the phpinfo tile in xampp/htdocs/xampp/ with the same results...
erolwi wrote:Then I run into trouble.
Created a file like above, naming it test.php. Looking at teh file in the explorer it has a funny IE Icon (like a white rectangular with a badly resolved small "e" (I'm using IE7 but I also have Firefox installed). When I open the file (by double-clicking) its takes a while but then I get a "file download" window asking me to save or open teh file, and opening does not work. The file was located in "My documents" but I read somewhere to put the files in /xampp/htdocs/ but that dont work either...
jbh185 wrote:I tried to open infophp(in the xampp/htdocs/xammp folder) and the browser does not show anything in the page(IE or Mozilla).
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