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    Absolutely!
    I think it should work. The only (and indeed very BIG) problem that could come up is that the web server is not configured to parse .php files.

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    Dang freewebs doesn't support it , do you know any free web hosting website providers which support php?

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    The question is transferred to this Very Helpful Guy!

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    I see, So will this make my login register form work + do you know how to make one?

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    NO!
    DIY policy!

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    DIY? Im sorry im kind of new.

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    DIY - Do It Yourself!
    Darn! You made me expand the term!!! X-(

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    I have another question, if i save as register.html and the php is in that file does it affect the php?

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    Yes! Affects to the effect that php statements will be printed out literally to the browser!
    You must use .php extensions for such files.

    Some may argue that it depends that what file extension is chosen for representing php files, but, anyways, just make sure you name your files .php

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    What does this have to do with C++?

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    Okay now I need MAJOR help, I have found a website which gives you a register form for php, I am not using it just testing xD but for some reason it wont show the register form when I open the PHP web page? Why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by medievalelks View Post
    What does this have to do with C++?
    HaHa!! You too are right!
    This is the second thread that is posted out-of-context and I was replying to!

    I saw CornedBee was online for quite a while, but seems like, he is too tired to do all this Moderator stuff.

    This can sure be moved to Technical or General.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Houssen View Post
    Okay now I need MAJOR help, I have found a website which gives you a register form for php, I am not using it just testing xD but for some reason it wont show the register form when I open the PHP web page? Why not?
    If you mean, that you can't see the php code used for making that form:
    Well, that's natural, .php files are parsed on web server, we only get plain HTML in our browser.

    Better would be to look for a web development specific board.

    We are all C++ worms here

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    > What does this have to do with C++?
    You can do it in C

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