Ok, having uploaded the files (thanks all) I now have the following
In the "/web" dir on the host I have a htaccess file with the
Allow from all
AddType application/x-httpd-php3 .html
What this does is treat all HTML files as PHP files, and stick a
header and footer on each. The problem is that there is a directory
"/web/stats" to which I do not have write access (ie I can't stick a
new htaccess file there) and whose content is supplied by some stats
program. When I try to view http://www.foobar.com/stats/index.html
thru my web browser, PHP (as directed in the top-level htaccess) tries
to prepend header.inc and append footer.inc. This results in garbled
output as there are now multiple <HTML>, <HEAD> and <BODY> tags, etc.
So I tried to add this in the top-level htaccess:
Allow from all
but this gives me a 500 error when I try to view the stats?
Any ideas why this doesn't work?
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