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phtml suffix (PHP)

Contributor(s): Julien Dumoulin

A PHTML (or it's sometimes called a PHP) page is a Web page that includes a script written in PHP, a language comparable to JavaScript or Microsoft's VBScript. Like Microsoft's Active Server Page (ASP) page, a PHTML page contains programming that is executed at the Web server rather than at the Web client (which is usually your Web browser). You may sometimes see a Web site whose address or URL ends with a file with a suffix of ".phtml"" or ".php3". Either of these suffixes indicate an HTML page that includes a PHP script.

This was last updated in September 2005

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