think I've found a fix
a little brain dead this morning here in the shop, so thought I'd poke around on something not too challenging to get started.
Anyway, it turns out that this is a common MySQL/PHP issue. Has to do with too much error checking, it seems and the way PHP handles every event. Turning off Error Reporting in Apache Admin should fix the issue as well as adding:
<?php error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE); ?>
I've fooled around a lot with my latest test pages and tweeked that db table, so I'm going back in to let the wiz build a new set, I'll add this code by hand, and see what happens.
However, it would be helpful if WA thought about adding that line programmatically to the pages through the wiz, since turning off error reporting in Apache turns off the log as well.
I'm building on blank pages now. If it works, I'll add that line to my stash of code on the template I apply to all the pages so I'll not have this problem again. Assuming it works. I'll report back.