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baabaa
I tried to upload some php web pages to a host & put them in subdomains.
They would not run.
I have now noticed that the server does not support cgi.
Was that the problem, is it irrelevant or did I make a mistake elsewhere.
I did not build the sites, I bought them.
LittleBlackKitten
It does if you haven't deleted the cgi-bin...
baabaa
I did not delete the cgi-bin.
The host was a free one and didn't support it anyway.
Fire Boar
If a host doesn't support CGI, chances are they don't support PHP either (though PHP doesn't require CGI). Hardly any free hosts support PHP... but Frihost is an exception!
Super-Maniac
Well, On the PHP Script change the values to who can see it to 666.
Hope I helped you out.
baabaa
Thank you for trying to help.
It did not work. The odd thing is that I put in a subdomain, uploaded a page I had built with Serif's Page Plus & no php and that did not work either. I tried it with & without .htaccess.
On another account with them I have a 9 page site built with PagePlus and that comes up perfect. It is in the main domain.
I think it is time to consdider a reseller account somewhere so that I do not have to use subdomains.
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