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Old 29th March 2007, 18:58
Hans Hans is offline
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No bad feelings here
I like to hear your opinion!
Personally i prefer php as a module for "normal"websites and php4 as CGI+suPHP for Content Management Systems for example. But the web admin must be careful with setting permissions of course.
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