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Setting Up Apache 2.0.45 to Parse PHP Pages


To learn how to configure your Apache 2 web server so that .php and .phps files can be used, read this article by William. He'll get you sorted out so you can spend more time developing your PHP apps.

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By: William Young
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April 28, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Setting Up Apache 2.0.45 to Parse PHP Pages
  2. · The Article
  3. · Conclusion

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By now apache 2.0.45 should be able to parse your .php and .phps pages. Hopefully everything is working just fine. Hopefully you will now have a new server to consider using as your production server.
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