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Request #381 FrontPage 98
Submitted: 1998-05-18 06:15 UTC Modified: 1998-10-10 19:32 UTC
From: chancer at earthling,net Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Feature/Change Request
PHP Version: 3.0 Release Candidate 4 OS: Any
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1998-05-18 06:15 UTC] chancer at earthling,net
Sirs, In your documentation you suggest ways to overcome the Frontpage problem when using php 3. This is not exactly corect, as both of the <? and <php examples trash when viewed in native FP mode, whilst <script language="php"... will not run on unix fp enabled servers.

The way to overcome all problems is to use FP98 as the web page editor and do the following steps

1.  Select Insert from the menu.
2.  Select FrontPage Component from the drop down menu.
3.  Select Insert HTML from the dialog box.

A dialog box pops up allowing entry of the following code snippet

<?
   echo "FrontPage does not chew this up";
   echo " and neither does the server";
?>

When viewed in html mode in FP98 the entry looks like this

<p><!--webbot bot="HTMLMarkup" startspan --><?
   echo "FrontPage does not chew this up";
   echo " and neither does the server";
?> <!--webbot bot="HTMLMarkup" endspan --></p>

This should now work for everyone.

Kind regards

Julian Bourne

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 [1998-10-10 19:32 UTC] jim
You can also now use the "<% %>" ASP tags when they are enabled which FrontPage has no problems leaving alone.
 
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