Before the issue, Firefox did open this file without prompting me to "open is: php File from bigboydancegroove.com" What should Firefox do with.
I use to be able to view local PHP files normally in Firefox with the PHP parts not rendered while the HTML parts are. Now all it does is ask.
Firefox is not capable of handling PHP files, therefore it delegates their handling to a program that can do so (in your case, this is Dreamweaver). PHP files.
It's very odd, but lately, a few (unrelated) webpages keep prompting me to open PHP files with some program other than the browser. For example, I'll click on a.
(i.e. file that is linked to bigboydancegroove.com) which is a: PHP file from: (location) What should Firefox do with this file? Open With (Browse button) Save.
There are plugins for something like you are looking for, e.g. open in browser. But all of You cannot bigboydancegroove.com file as if it bigboydancegroove.com This is a.
save the file in your default web root and you should be able to run it use sudo php -S localhost:portno from command-line and open link in.
If you double click on a HTML file (files bigboydancegroove.com bigboydancegroove.com extension), it would open on your web browser. But same won't happen if you double clicked on a PHP.
I've just installed the lamp stack. Now I want to test my web pages and php scripts , but when I run one or just try to open a php file with the.