If an HTML title tag contains PHP, the file cannot be copied and pasted from one instance of EW to another.Consider the following code in a file named testing.php in one instance of EW4: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <?php $table_name = 'test'; ?> <title>Table Details - <?php echo $table_name; ?></title> </head> <body> </body> </html>If this file is copied and pasted to a second instance of EW4, it gets the name "Table Details -nn." (where nn is a number that increments on successive attempts) and its contents are as follows: [InternetShortcut] URL=file:///C:/My Web Sites/Fastie/admin/php-admin/testing.phpIf the file is simply copied from one site to the other in Windows (dragon drop, command line), there is no problem.The workaround is to eliminate the title tag and emit it using PHP. Nonetheless, the title tag syntax shown above is legal PHP and should not result in misbehavior.
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