Subject: [htdig] footer.html - legal grammar + PHP3
From: Philip Coates (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Nov 23 1999 - 03:56:14 PST
Is there a way of using PHP in the .html files in the common dir? Ideally
I'd like to have a footer which says something like:
$rem = $(MATCHES)%5;
$total = (($(MATCHES)-$rem)/5)+$rem;
...some PHP code here to replace the normal footer code...
Unfortunately, PHP seems to ge a bit parsed by the ht://Dig engine; is there
any way of allowing PHP in the footer.html file? Is there any other way
anyone can think of of extracting the $(MATCHES) value in such a way as it
can be passed to an external (to ht://Dig) script?
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