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From Erkan BALABAN <ad...@molaver.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Parsing .htm extensions as .php extensions
Date Tue, 16 Aug 2005 11:28:01 GMT
David Blomstrom wrote:

>I THINK there's an Apache function that allows you to
>use PHP on web pages with .htm extensions. I gave it a
>shot some time ago and couldn't get it to work. Not
>until I tackled mod_rewrite a couple days ago did I
>discover that my .htaccess file wasn't functioning
>properly.
>
>So I want to give this other thing another shot, but I
>can't even remember what it's called. Can someone
>outline the steps (I think it was fairly simple) or
>point me to a tutorial?
>
>Thanks.
>
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you must search for .htaccess. because this parcing process can be done 
with .htaccess.

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