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developmental:phpinfo [2016/10/13 19:39]
mscherf created
developmental:phpinfo [2016/10/26 15:21] (current)
mscherf [Getting or Creating the File] Removed reference to nonfunctional downloadable code block.
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-Here, we add a comment((the line starting with ''​%%//​%%''​)) and a couple of blank lines to help make it easier to read. You can either ​copy and paste this text into a plain text file, or download it directly from this wiki page by clicking "​phpinfo.php"​ just above the box with the php code.+Here, we add a comment((the line starting with ''​%%//​%%''​)) and a couple of blank lines to help make it easier to read. You will need to copy and paste this text into a plain text file.
  
 If creating the file yourself, make sure the whole file contains only the exact text in the code box above. Make sure there are no extra invisible characters. Sometimes text editors such as Notepad might include extra characters in files. If you are using a Windows machine to create the file, you may want to use a different text editor such as [[https://​notepad-plus-plus.org/​|Notepad++]]. It is also very important that the filename end in ''​%%.php%%''​ and not ''​%%.php.txt%%''​. Depending on your operating system, you may need to check if your file manager is configured to show file extensions, in order to check this. If creating the file yourself, make sure the whole file contains only the exact text in the code box above. Make sure there are no extra invisible characters. Sometimes text editors such as Notepad might include extra characters in files. If you are using a Windows machine to create the file, you may want to use a different text editor such as [[https://​notepad-plus-plus.org/​|Notepad++]]. It is also very important that the filename end in ''​%%.php%%''​ and not ''​%%.php.txt%%''​. Depending on your operating system, you may need to check if your file manager is configured to show file extensions, in order to check this.
developmental/phpinfo.txt · Last modified: 2016/10/26 15:21 by mscherf