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    Hey all..

    Are there any security issues regarding using .phtml as aposed to .php3 extensions? My web host will process the php code with either extension and I am just wondering which is the more practical/sercure/functional extension?

    Thanks everyone
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    I really don't think it makes a difference.
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    Nope, doesn't make a difference.
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    Doesn't make a difference, but consider using .php or .phtml so you don't have to change it to the right version (.php4, etc..) every time there's an upgrade. Of course, you CAN run PHP4 with .php3...

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