cgi script. Most of the output is print statements that write HTML.
I'd like to embed some PHP code within the HTML. The PHP is a gallery
plugin script that talks to the core photo gallery application, written in
The idea is that my python app can display a random image from a photo
album, using the photo gallery application's plugin script.
If I do: 'print "<?php ... ?>"', it doesn't work. I imagine because the
web server never sees it as php code.
Is there a way to do this?
Some possible ideas:
Is there a way I can get python to call functions within a PHP app?
Perhaps write the plugin in a separate script in PHP, and include that
page within my output so that apache recognises the page inclusion? How
to get apache to pay attention to the output so it "wakes up" and does
some server-side includes?
Many thanks for any help.