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PHP display issues

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Sup,

I'm using php, mysql and apache

I'm building a website with Dreamweaver which has iframes and Flash menus. I created and MySQL database and a PHP file to insert email address for a mailing list. If I access the php file through my browser using http://localhost the php file works great; however if I try to access it through my website in an iframe loaded buy my flash menu...all I get is a prompt to download my php file to my computer.

Any suggestions on how to make my php file work in my site?
May 25 '06 #1
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dlite922
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Sup,

I'm using php, mysql and apache

I'm building a website with Dreamweaver which has iframes and Flash menus. I created and MySQL database and a PHP file to insert email address for a mailing list. If I access the php file through my browser using http://localhost the php file works great; however if I try to access it through my website in an iframe loaded buy my flash menu...all I get is a prompt to download my php file to my computer.

Any suggestions on how to make my php file work in my site?
WHere is your site? on the same server? if not, does that server have PHP?

how is the iFrame loaded with Flash.

In my opinion, you should never use iFrame. (depends on your usage of course)
Jan 18 '08 #2

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