To process HTML pages through PHP, it is important to first determine which mode PHP is running in, and specifically, whether it is running through the Apache module as a CGI or FastCGI application. This can be done by looking at the hosting settings of the domain by clicking on the domain name on the Websites & Domains tab in the control panel.
Next, choose one of following sections, depending on the PHP execution mode, and put it in the
conf/vhost.conf file in the virtual host directory. Then reconfigure the web server using this command:
PHP is running as an Apache module:
<IfModule mod_php5.c> AddHandler php5-script .php .html .htm AddType text/html .php .html .htm </IfModule>
PHP is running as a FastCGI application:
<IfModule mod_fcgid.c> <Files ~ (\.html)> SetHandler fcgid-script FCGIWrapper /var/www/cgi-bin/cgi_wrapper/cgi_wrapper .html Options +ExecCGI allow from all </Files> </IfModule>
PHP is running as a CGI application:
<Files ~ (\.html)> SetHandler None AddHandler php-script .html Options +ExecCGI allow from all </Files>
If a change is required on a global scale, then the virtual host configuration templates can be adjusted and the sections above put into web server configuration files automatically. For more information, check KB article #115277.
Regarding instructions for processing HTML files by PHP for Plesk for Windows, please contact Plesk support