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  1. edit the php.conf file .. I didn't even think of that .. thanks! Ok well.. it worked! Here I was messing with the .htaccess file over and over. Thank you wise one!
  2. Well its my server, so if there is something extra that needs configuration I am unaware of it. My fear is that this is a server problem, but I swear I took care of everything.
  3. Greetings, I'm not 100% sure if this is a server problem so I apologize if this ends up in the wrong thread. So I moved websites from an old server to a new one and everything is working perfectly with the exception of parsing PHP in an HTML file. for instance the following will only work if its in a .php file not an html, otherwise it just pushes the <?php echo "hello world"; ?> ..which tells me that PHP is on and working, but not parsing HTML. I googled and read as much as I could on here about this, and the only thing that I can find is alterations to the .htaccess file to make this work. I already had a .htaccess file, but maybe now it need altering? I currently have (and it looks messy) this... which worked on my old server and I am assuming old PHP software. I am currently running PHP Version 5.5.20. A snippet from my .htaccess AddType application/x-httpd-php php html AddType application/x-httpd-php .html AddType application/x-httpd-php .htm <Files yourpage.html> AddType application/x-httpd-php .htm I have found a bunch of alterations to this online, but nothing appears to work so I thought I would ask the experts. Again PHP seems to work, but only if the extension is .php which I do not want in this situation. Thanks for any help!
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