• @Adam Howard:

    You have to use the code-BBCode. With <?php present, you only need to type [code]. It is automatically detected that it's PHP code because of the <?php, otherwise you should use [code=php]$foo = 'bar';[/code].
    Depending on the software, you're importing from, the conversion is done automatically during import.

  • @Adam Howard:

    You have to use the code-BBCode. With <?php present, you only need to type [code]. It is automatically detected that it's PHP code because of the <?php, otherwise you should use [code=php]$foo = 'bar';[/code].
    Depending on the software, you're importing from, the conversation is done automatically during import.

    I think you're missing my point.... The above was a simple example of a .php document which would include <?php ?>

  • Here is another one for example


    This would be much easier to follow with a php syntax display

  • ^ The above you'll notice the display of the syntax is much easier to follow along

    This however is your current display

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