I’m actually planning something like a login Script ready to use for freeway-users.
Within this I need to have a purely blank .php page. In this so called config.php, the user finally inserts a few line of code as the result of running the set-up.
To achieve this I gave the PHP Markup Page a go and it works nearly: removes all the “unnecessary html stuff” except of one single line:
that stops working the .php config file and finally the proper work of the script itself.
Would you see a chance to remove this line as well? Cause actually user would only need FreewayPro to setup this script. If not, it would cause to use something external (TextEdit…) to set this file up.
If you instruct your users to use the PHP Make Insert Page (latest
version) and to put the PHP bits in the Before HTML slot of the Page /
HTML Markup dialog, that will result in a completely empty page with
your directives enclosed. There will be some line-breaks included in
the final output, so if your application uses headers, you will need
to use an output buffer before including this config file. Otherwise,
you should be all set.
On Jul 14, 2011, at 1:44 PM, Thomas Kimmich wrote:
I’m actually planning something like a login Script ready to use for