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"sucess at last"

Thread began 9/30/2009 5:17 pm by mehd389652 | Last modified 9/30/2009 7:04 pm by mehd389652 | 1251 views | 2 replies


"sucess at last"

Jason !!!

You need to check your copy of "Power CMS"

the one that newbies like me download at the site because I seriously just loaded

a new copy of this onto my machine thinking it

was my mistake and it is in your script.

To fix it I went to my CMS100 folder then to

my Connections folder then I opened up my localhost.php

file then find the line that ends in E_USER_ERROR);

put your cursor right at the end of the semicolon and press

the delete button until the closing delimiter (?>) comes to

the cursor and then press the return key once then put

your cursor at the end of the delimiter (?>) and hold down

the delete button for a few seconds to make sure there

are no spaces there.

Save the file.

And then like magic it works.

So it is in the original script. I can't believe more people

haven't had the same problem ??? and that something that

simple could cause such a hassle.

So now I'm ready to work on the next bug in the program which

is this message:

Warning: strpos() [function.strpos]: Empty delimiter. in /home/pythoni/public_html/CMS100/CSSMenuWriter/cssmw/menu.php on line 6

Now that I am in my admin section this is the message

that is viewed at the top of the screen?

How do I solve that one ???

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