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Old 06-22-2007, 03:59 PM   #3
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Basically yes. PHP can be set up to use short tags <? ?> as well as the normal <?php ?>. When you use this with xhtml, PHP trips over the opening <? of the xml definition.

You can turn short tags off in the Language Options section of php.ini.
Thanks. Easily explained. Now, I just have to find out if I have any such control over the php.ini, which I don't think I do. The hosting was arranged through GoDaddy by someone else.

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