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applets in php

monty 187

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Yeah, you're doing something wrong. The only difference between a PHP page and an HTML page is that the PHP page probably used PHP to send the HTML, where the HTML is just static. You don't even need any PHP code in a PHP page. Rename an HMTL page to .php and watch as it looks exactly the same, there's no difference. There is absolutely nothing special about PHP-generated HTML code, there's not a single thing different about that HTML versus static HTML. If an applet, or anything else, is not showing up correctly on the page, that's because the HTML code is wrong.

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