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get rid of "or die(mysql_error())"

Thread began 12/07/2009 11:56 am by barbara224891 | Last modified 12/08/2009 11:35 am by barbara224891 | 2167 views | 3 replies

Justin Nemeth

Rather than making code modifications, I would recommend setting the php setting display_errors to off. This will prevent any messages from being written out to the page. It is recommended to hide error messages on a live production server like you said.

If you have access to the php.ini, you can change the setting there. Otherwise this line of php should also work:

php:
ini_set('display_errors', 'off');

-justin

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