[UPHPU] XHTML & PHP
Wade Preston Shearer
lists at wadeshearer.com
Thu Jun 14 08:26:16 MDT 2007
> The issue isn't necessarily your file extension, though, that
> depends on how
> your webserver is configured. Some of mine will process files ending
> in .html, .phtml, .xhtml, .xml and .php because I've configured
> them (those
> webservers, that is) that way.
I've worked for a few companies that have even used custom
extensions. One used the acronym of the company name.
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