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Thread began 4/06/2012 2:04 pm by turbo.sarajevo416658 | Last modified 4/09/2012 12:35 pm by turbo.sarajevo416658 | 1678 views | 11 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

did you create the phpinfo page?

do you see the changes taking effect in the phpinfo page?

the phpinfo page will also tell you where the php.ini file that is being used is located to make sure you are editing the correct one.

bottom line is:
if some files are being accepted, but not others, it is a server configuration issue.

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