RunPHP on Pages
I’ve been using RunPHP for several days, and it’s worked fine, until now. I’ve been able to use it on pages, but I’m creating new pages right now, putting all my fan fiction into WP, and it’s acting funny. I’ll create the page, making sure to check the eval() box, and it’ll create the page, but when I view it, the PHP code (specifically, two PHP echo() calls) shows up unparsed (I think that’s the correct term–I’m not a PHP coder, but I know a bit). I have to go to Manage Pages and click Edit for the page in question, and it’ll show eval() as unchecked, and the two echo() calls have changed from this:
<?php echo _CALL; ?>
to this, putting a space between the less-than sign (<) and the first question mark:
< ?php echo _CALL; ?>
I have to re-check the eval() box and move the question mark back to the less-than sign. I have a bunch of pages left to create, and this is pretty tedious. Anyone know what’s going on?
Ok, I’m adding a bit more, because I found something else odd. I just created a page for a multi-part fanfic I did, and I have more PHP echo() calls than in my one-part fics, but those extra calls remained fine. It’s only the echo() calls in the information part of my fics that are having the problem. Specifically:
<B>CONTACT:</B> <?php echo _CALL1; ?><BR>
<B>AUTHOR’S WEBSITE:</B> <?php echo _CALL2; ?><BR>
is changing to:
<B>CONTACT:</B> < ?php echo _CALL1; ?><BR>
<B>AUTHOR’S WEBSITE:</B> < ?php echo _CALL2; ?><BR>
And, of course, the eval() box becomes unchecked. What’s going on with this?
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