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HTML page that includes a PHP script

PHP stands for HTML page that includes a PHP script.
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While sea arching for information/instructions/shortcuts for3D modeling of aircraft propellers/blish's/turbine blades. I found what I thought was a source. It had great step by step models of stages for a propeller. But lacked text files. There was a list of "php" files included. Not actually being familiar with that file extension, I thought that may be where the instructional portions were. And might be extracted or converted to a usable file.
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I had a dubious email with a link that ended.PHP. I deleted it "just in case", then came to see what it might have been. not sure I'm any the wiser!
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.php was at the end of a description in My Pictures and wouldn't open as a photo, so I'm just wondering 'where' it should be moved to to hopefully allow it to open....can't find much info about it.
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I'm looking for a manual in .pdf format, so I can open it in iBooks. The web page said I could download it as a .pdf file, but when I tried to do so I got a .php file, and NO option to open in iBooks.
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The manual I found in .php format was at
http://www.manualowl.com/manualswf.php?id=194128&manual_type=product&d=b1862080c8eaf588e7fa80be62f38ead
I'm about to go back and try to find the correct link.
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As above, I had a dubious email with a link that ended .PHP. I deleted it "just in case", then came to see what it might have been. I'm none the wiser!
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