Featured Post from molendijkby, 11-30-2015 at 09:29 PM
This is pretty obvious, I suppose. I decided to post it anyway.
The standard way of getting PHP output into a HTML file (that you don't want to give the PHP extension) is to configure the server to interpret HTML files as PHP. But your web host may not support the htaccess file(s) needed for this. No worries, there's a client side way of getting PHP output into HTML. Just put the following lines where you want the output to display in your HTML file (and don't forget to reference the jQuery ...