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Browsers (Chrome and Safari) Try to download this html file when opened. It is only on that link that it tries to download it. Also note that internet explorer opens it without a problem. The one thing that I think is causing this may be wordpress or some plugin within wordpress but it seems unlikely since no wordpress is used in that page. Contact html code In order to open .htaccess in c Panel: Click File Manager and make sure to tick Show Hidden Files (dotfiles) before clicking Go. Then the .htaccess should show up the location where wp (wp-admin, wp-content, wp-includes) is installed. One possible cause is that there is a problem with your server configuration that is giving the visiting browser the wrong mime type. The correct mime type for html is: text/html The mime type that your server is sending is: application/x-httpd-php You appear to be running Apache. As a result there are two possible files that could be causing this, either in .htaccess or in one of Apaches configuration files. Try adding the text below to a .htaccess file in your directory, or look for a mention of application/x-httpd-php I've had this issue a couple of times. The problem for me was the web server was automatically handling PHP requests outside of the .htaccess file. For some reason, changing settings in Word Press would sometimes cause a change in the .htaccess file, adding a handler for PHP. This would cause the server to burp at every PHP request thereafter and attempt to serve the file instead of handle it. The solution, then, was to manually remove the handler that was automatically added to the .htaccess file (and leave a comment for myself so I wouldn't pull my hair out every time! Browsers (Chrome and Safari) Try to download this html file when opened. It is only on that link that it tries to download it. Also note that internet explorer opens it without a problem. The one thing that I think is causing this may be wordpress or some plugin within wordpress but it seems unlikely since no wordpress is used in that page. Contact html code In order to open .htaccess in c Panel: Click File Manager and make sure to tick Show Hidden Files (dotfiles) before clicking Go. Then the .htaccess should show up the location where wp (wp-admin, wp-content, wp-includes) is installed. One possible cause is that there is a problem with your server configuration that is giving the visiting browser the wrong mime type. The correct mime type for html is: text/html The mime type that your server is sending is: application/x-httpd-php You appear to be running Apache. As a result there are two possible files that could be causing this, either in .htaccess or in one of Apaches configuration files. Try adding the text below to a .htaccess file in your directory, or look for a mention of application/x-httpd-php I've had this issue a couple of times. The problem for me was the web server was automatically handling PHP requests outside of the .htaccess file. For some reason, changing settings in Word Press would sometimes cause a change in the .htaccess file, adding a handler for PHP. This would cause the server to burp at every PHP request thereafter and attempt to serve the file instead of handle it. The solution, then, was to manually remove the handler that was automatically added to the .htaccess file (and leave a comment for myself so I wouldn't pull my hair out every time!

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