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PHP in HTML Pages

Post by BloodDrunk on May 13th 2017, 12:13 am

Can I use php code in HTML Pages I create in AP?
I tried it, and it displays code as a text lel
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Re: PHP in HTML Pages

Post by SWS on May 13th 2017, 12:42 am

BloodDrunk wrote:Can I use php code in HTML Pages I create in AP?
I tried it, and it displays code as a text lel

I believe PHP isn't available to us @ Forumotion. Sorry.
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Re: PHP in HTML Pages

Post by Van-Helsing on May 26th 2017, 12:36 am

Hello,
The php files are not accessible due forum security reasons. You can manage your forum with HTML, CSS and javascript. What exactly do you want to create on your forum?
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Re: PHP in HTML Pages

Post by masesm on May 28th 2017, 12:29 am

You can run HTML on a php file, but you cannot reverse that. PHP is a programming language. HTML is not. Unless you are communicating with a server (which I really don't see a need for that as Forumotion takes care of that for you), there is not reason for you to need the use of PHP.
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Re: PHP in HTML Pages

Post by SLGray on May 28th 2017, 9:01 pm

Do you mean like the attachment system we have?


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