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php undefined function error

Thread began 4/16/2011 9:27 pm by rob.parkin390637 | Last modified 5/26/2011 12:29 pm by rob.parkin390637 | 3942 views | 13 replies

rob.parkin390637

Hi

As previously reported, changing the create links relative to document rather than root means the navigation now works fine on my remote web server. However, to be able to test my php (and SQL) pages locally, I’ve now set up on my PC:

- a local web server (Apache)
- a php application server
- a MySQL server

Problem is, when I try to run the SiteAssist generated php pages on my test server – in localhost – I’m again unable to use the menu links to navigate to any pages that are not in the root.

Any ideas how I can get round this – other than creating a different set of pages (with a different path) to run on my test server ?

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