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Developing PHP pages in MS FrontPage

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I am doing my PHP development in MS FrontPage. At on time, when in Frontpage
and I would double click on a page in my development folder, FrontPage would
open it. Now when I double click, Notepad opens it. I have check my
extension settings and my setting is that FrontPage should open an file
ending in .PHP. Now what I have do is right click the file name, and use
"Open With...." to open it in FrontPage.

Somewhere, Somehow, I must have changed a setting to screw this up. Can
someone suggest when I need to do to get the double click action back so the
..php file is opened with FrontPage.

Thanks...l

Bruce
Jul 17 '05 #1
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On Sat, 3 Jul 2004 23:43:47 -0400, "Bruce A. Julseth"
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I am doing my PHP development in MS FrontPage. At on time, when in Frontpage
and I would double click on a page in my development folder, FrontPage would
open it. Now when I double click, Notepad opens it. I have check my
extension settings and my setting is that FrontPage should open an file
ending in .PHP. Now what I have do is right click the file name, and use
"Open With...." to open it in FrontPage.

Somewhere, Somehow, I must have changed a setting to screw this up. Can
someone suggest when I need to do to get the double click action back so the
.php file is opened with FrontPage.


This, of course, isn't even a PHP question, but you'll find if you
change your association for .php in Explorer, it'll work again.
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"Gary L. Burnore" <gb******@databasix.com> wrote in message
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On Sat, 3 Jul 2004 23:43:47 -0400, "Bruce A. Julseth"
<br*****@attglobal.net> wrote:
I am doing my PHP development in MS FrontPage. At on time, when in Frontpageand I would double click on a page in my development folder, FrontPage wouldopen it. Now when I double click, Notepad opens it. I have check my
extension settings and my setting is that FrontPage should open an file
ending in .PHP. Now what I have do is right click the file name, and use
"Open With...." to open it in FrontPage.

Somewhere, Somehow, I must have changed a setting to screw this up. Can
someone suggest when I need to do to get the double click action back so the.php file is opened with FrontPage.
This, of course, isn't even a PHP question, but you'll find if you
change your association for .php in Explorer, it'll work again.


My problem was that FrontPage had to be configured to recognize the .PHP
extension. When I found that option and set it, all is well! Thanks for the
response.

Bruce


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