Asked by: Anabelle Armadanstechnology and computing web design and html
Can we write PHP code in HTML file?
Just so, can I write PHP code in HTML file?
As you can see, you can use any HTML you want without doing anything special or extra in your PHP file, as long as it's outside and separate from the PHP tags. In other words, if you want to insert PHP code into an HTML file, just write the PHP anywhere you want (so long as they're inside the PHP tags).
- Change the extension of the HTML to file to PHP and include the PHP from there (simple)
- Load your HTML file into your PHP as a kind of template (a lot of work)
- Change your environment so it deals with HTML as if it was PHP (bad idea)
Correspondingly, where should PHP code go HTML?
HTML doesn't go anywhere, but PHP script goes to server executes and response is returned to client side. Now that response is displayed/handled along with HTML code. HTML is only for browser where PHP script is used invoke service or do operations on database. So, first PHP(Server) and then HTML(Client).
PHP Include Files. The include (or require ) statement takes all the text/code/markup that exists in the specified file and copies it into the file that uses the include statement. Including files is very useful when you want to include the same PHP, HTML, or text on multiple pages of a website.