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Thread began 3/19/2009 5:49 am by chris373651 | Last modified 3/19/2009 7:44 am by chris373651 | 2412 views | 3 replies


Ok, the .htaccess file doesn't seem to be working correctly. But I've moved on.

First I saved a test.php file to the remote server that just had the <?php phpinfo(); ?> line in it and it worked. Then I saved a page as donate.php (it works) and I setup a cart object.

Then I created a database called ctm_donate using the MySQL Command Line Generator.
Then I modified the blue_sky_music.sql statement to a ctm_donate.sql statement and I removed or modified the items within to reflect my cart needs.

So that step looks good on my local testing server.

I'm setting up the cart now but I still have no clue on the validation, etc., that I mentioned in my first post above.

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