That’s a PHP parsing error.
Did you modify your .htaccess file to run .html documents as PHP?
The stats documents are XHTML and begin with the XML prologue and another XML processing instruction. If passed through PHP and short tags is on, PHP will try to parse these as PHP code.
From the online documentation:
[quote]There are four different pairs of opening and closing tags which can be used in php. Two of those, <?php ?> and , are always available. The other two are short tags and ASP style tags, and can be turned on and off from the php.ini configuration file. As such, while some people find short tags and ASP style tags convenient, they are less portable, and generally not recommended.
Note: Also note that if you are embedding PHP within XML or XHTML you will need to use the <?php ?> tags to remain compliant with standards.[/quote]
So I’m thinking you either have a custom PHP build or php.ini file and you pass .html files through PHP from your .htaccess
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