I know this is way late, but I wanted to fire it off to you anyway. (I've been off honeymooning for
the last little bit and am just now catching up on my emails :o).
PHTML: (superceded. now PHP3 or PHP) "Preprocessed Hypertext Markup Language" ( "PHP:
Hypertext Preprocessor") PHTML/PHP is a HTML-embedded scripting language that is processed
by the webserver prior to sending to the web browser. The scripts can therefore be written once
and run on any webserver that has PHP installed on it, including Netscape servers, Apache and
its derivatives, IIS, or any other webserver that supports CGI-BIN. The scripted elements are
replaced by HTML prior to sending to the web browser.
Sorry for the poor definition, but that's it in a nutshell, more or less (much less, actually). PHP
does many things, and you can find out more at http://www.php.net/
if you want to. It's my
prefered way of writing dynamic web pages.
Again, my apologies for the late arrival of this definition.
On 12 Feb 00, at 23:39, Jody said:
> Hi Stefan,
> You made it so I could understand it - thanks. :) This does them
> all. Thanks everybody! If you see anything in them that needs
> correcting, please, let me know as soon as possible.
> SHTML is an acronym for server-parsed Hyper Text Markup Language
> and is contained in a type of HTML file (.shtml). The files
> contain information that is specific to the web server it is on.
> The commands are non-standard in the sense they need to be
> interpreted by the Web Server where they reside. These
> non-standard commands are replaced by standard HTML (or text)
> before it is return to the web browser so it may process it.
> Get some sleep Stefan - thanks!
> Bye for now,
> Jody Adair
> Prov. 3:5-7; 4:23
> Its easy. Its fun. Best of all, its free.
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