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no editor configured?

By pams ·
I am working with FrontPage 2000 on a Windows 95 machine. I set up a hyperlink to a Web page and I get the following message:

"There is no editor configured for PHP files. Do you want to save http://www.10kwizard.com/files.php to a file? Yes or No

The actual page that I am trying to link to contains the results of a ticker symbol that I entered on the http://www.10kwizard.com page.

What do I need to do to make this work?

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no editor configured?

by purple713 In reply to no editor configured?

To configure the FrontPage to open an image editor, follow these steps:


On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Configure Editors tab.


If there are no image formats configured, click the Add button. If there are image formats already configured, click the format you would like to use and then click Modify.


In the File Type box, type a file extension used for the images (for example gif, jpg, or bmp). Type the name of the image editor and the command needed to run the application, and then click OK.

NOTE: If you are unsure of the command line, click the Browse button, select the executable file of the image editor, and then click OK.


Click OK.

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