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I have recently assembled a website involving some heavy PHP and MySQL with moderate XHTML. The pages worked on two different test servers (one windows and one Fedora Core 2) however they refuse to work with Fedora Core 3. I have up2dated the PHP Apache and MySQL. it still will not work. For testing purposes I tried running a php page and a seperate Html page. they both worked. I checked everything. the only a page won't run is when has both HTML and PHP. I have done everything i know to do, with the help of some linux savy friends of mine.
By doing as thermite_1033 suggested all htm and html files will be treated in the same way as php files, that is to say they will be interpreted by the php interpreter, when run like that no php code will be sent to the browser