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PHP file download prompt instead of parsing

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by mrjasonetaylor, Oct 10, 2012.

  1. mrjasonetaylor

    mrjasonetaylor New Pleskian

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    Recently came across a php issue as of yesterday. Was setting up a Wordpress site on a Virtual Server and everything was working fine when all of a sudden all php pages started prompting me to download them instead of the browsing showing them properly. We are using Plesk Panel 10.0.1 on CentOS release 5.5 final.

    I've been searching for solutions and everything seems to point to the .htaccess file or browser cache or restarting httpd, but I feel like I've tried about everything with no luck.

    I know php is installed and running properly, on one virtual domain, I can actually get phpinfo from a php file - but this domain is actually live. The new one I am setting up (wordpress site) isn't accessible yet outside of the plesk preview. Plesk preview is https and the live site is http. I thought maybe SSL had something to do with it but like i said, it actually was working at one point through Plesk Preview.

    Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions I'd appreciate it.
     
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