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Thread began 3/17/2016 8:03 pm by movygirl244169 | Last modified 3/21/2016 1:34 pm by movygirl244169 | 813 views | 1 replies


MAMP, PHP, Dreamweaver CS5.5, mySQLi, and a Mac

I built a site 5 years ago and it will not work on the new cPanal hosting sites. Apparently I have to rebuild every page and I purchased mySQLi to help me get things to work. However when I try to build a connection to the database I get the following: "Your PHP server doesn't have the mySQL or mySQLi module loaded or you can't use the mysql_(p) connect function." I've been trying to figure it out on the forum but I'm not able to understand what I'm suppose to do to get it working. Everything is for Windows not Mac. If anyone has a way to help me with this I would appreciate it because I'm about ready to wring my own neck just to get out of this project.

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