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    Jean
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    Is there a test page that I can upload to my Web site to find out if my ISP has installed and enabled PHP3?

    From what I've read and seen so far, I am really interested in making use of PHP3 in Web design.

    The people in my ISP's Tech support dept seem hesitant to give out information, or they just don't know...

    Thanks
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    gash
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    If this will work or not i dont know since your ISP wont say if PHP is there or not or, most importantly, if you are allowed access to execute the PHP command on your server.

    Try this...

    <?
    print"I'm a PHP text";
    ?>

    Make sure you name the file 'myfilename.phtml' or 'myfile.php3'
    and then upload it and try it out. If it works, you'll know it.

    /gash
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    dahamsta
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    Or you could create a page with:

    <? phpinfo(); ?>

    ... in it, which will create a lovely formatted page with all of your environment variables and MySQL info and everything. Again, use a .php3 or .phtml extension, although the .phtml one usually refers to PHP/FI, an older version of PHP. Try .php too, just in case.

    adam

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