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  • BradC
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    Sorry I just seen this thread and thought..

    you can setup a webserver or the jist of it on your computer so you can test out scripts, now bare in mind that some of the code will differ from Windows and Linux... so you might have to make alterations when you do get a host.

    http://www.badblue.com/

    Try that site.. out it has some good info for setting up mysql and all that with php. I used it for awhile then went to a linux OS and fart around with my code that way before I implement it to my site.

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  • Bacon Bits
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    so I figured when you were the only one who replied

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  • balls nasty
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    Originally posted by Bacon Bits
    ahem, let me repeat myself in saying you can't patronize me enough. I have downloaded php-5.0.0b4.tar.bz2 onto my computer what do I do now? Do I need to download an operating system or what?
    dude you are in more trouble than you know

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  • Bacon Bits
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    ahem, let me repeat myself in saying you can't patronize me enough. I have downloaded php-5.0.0b4.tar.bz2 onto my computer what do I do now? Do I need to download an operating system or what?

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  • Rapid Gaming
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    Originally posted by Bacon Bits
    um, as for installing... how? (you can't patronize me enough)
    What OS? I guess you are running Apache? What version of Apache?

    http://www.apache.org
    http://www.php.net
    http://www.mysql.com

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  • Bacon Bits
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    um, as for installing... how? (you can't patronize me enough)

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  • Bacon Bits
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    really? alright then...

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  • CeleronXT
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    Um yes, you will need PHP installed....

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  • Bacon Bits
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    well as far as the .php extension, I decided to test it out on my server, and it doesn't work. My server's not familiar with PHP apparently, and it refers me to a couple of websites to download PHP, but I don't think that is necessary, is it?

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  • CeleronXT
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    Yeah actually it's loaded with parse errors. Too many double quotes.

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  • Bacon Bits
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    parse error?

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  • Bacon Bits
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    oh, well, I'm just using the geocities page temporarily to be able to show it to you. When everything is in order for my site, I'm going to buy a domain from yahoo. .php will work then? I'm pretty sure yahoo hosting has nothing to do with geocities...

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  • CeleronXT
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    Right, Geocities does not allow php.

    The page has a parse error anyway.

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  • Silverwolf
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    Those tags are already in there. You'll have to rename the file from .html to .php, though I'm not 100% sure if geocities even allows that.

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  • Dean C
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    Add <?php to the very start of your file and ?> to the very end of it

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