File Type PHP 4 Web Page IconPHP 4 Web Page
File Format Standard
Usage Open manually
Rank ★ ☆ ☆  Uncommon

Web page that may include PHP 4 code; the PHP script is parsed by a PHP engine on the Web server before being sent to the user's Web browser; the script then generates HTML code, which is sent to the user's browser; PHP pages are often used to access database information, such as data from a MySQL database.

PHP4 pages can be processed and run on a Web server with the PHP engine installed. Examples include Apache, Windows Server, and Mac OS X Server. They can also be edited with a text editor.

Most PHP pages use the standard .PHP file extension.

Open With

IconRun with Apache

IconRun using Windows Server with the PHP engine

IconOpen with a text editor


IconRun using Mac OS X Server with PHP support

IconOpen with a text editor

IconView in a Web browser

Updated 2007
Information from the PC File Extensions Reference