2 Easy Ways To Hide The Fact You're Using PHP
Hide PHP Usage
You may not want other people to know that you are using PHP... Here are 2 easy ways to hide the fact you're using PHP.
Use another extension than .php for your PHP files... your can use .foo, .blabla, .asp or even .htm and .html (in the later case, PHP parses all the files ending in .html, but it will work fine of course if some of these files are plain HTML; slowdown for parsing plain HTML is not noticeable even on the highest loads thanks to PHP's cache).
This can be done easily by adding the following line to the .htaccess file in the same directory than your code:
AddType application/x-httpd-php .foo .blabla .asp .htm .html
You may also got with extension-less filenames and ask Apache to consider them as PHP code.
Just add this to your .htaccess:
# All extension-less files are PHP code
# Only consider 'index' as PHP code