Apache configurations for php "AddType text/html php" or "AddType application/x-httpd-php php .php"

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Published on 2012-05-31T08:16:14Z Indexed on 2012/05/31 10:43 UTC
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I am taking over an application server and discover that it contain the following settings:

AddType text/html       php

Although it works, but my understanding is that it should set as following:

AddType application/x-httpd-php php .php

What are the key differences between the two settings? Although at this point my application (Built using CakePHP) is running fine with either configuration, but I am not sure if it will cause any strange behaviour.


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