Notepad++ : How to enable syntax highlighting for PHP, HTML, CSS, etc

I found an interesting discovery with Notepad++ where PHP, HTML, CSS, etc language syntax highlighting didn't appear in the language menu. Not sure if this is the result of the way an older version set the settings--whereas, even if you upgraded to latest version (without uninstalling first), the upgrades wouldn't overwrite the original settings file. I think this was disabled at the time of install when it asks if you want it to be your default for HTML files; where I normally UNselect this, since I use a PHP IDE to handle PHP, HTML, CSS, etc files.

Anyway... The fix:

Tags: notepad++ APPS HTML CSS PHP

How to install APC on CentOS and DirectAdmin

cd /usr/local/src
mount -o remount,exec,suid /tmp
yum install autoconf
yum install php-pear
yum install php-devel
yum install httpd-devel
yum install pcre-devel
tar xvfz APC-VERSION.tgz
whereis php-config

This will give you the location of php-config, which you will put after --with-php-config=

Tags: Server PHP APC