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Error after uploading to Web Hosting Provider

Thread began 4/25/2010 1:45 pm by dominick398521 | Last modified 4/26/2010 10:57 am by Jason Byrnes | 772 views | 1 replies |


Error after uploading to Web Hosting Provider


I created a site using SAP and uploaded it to GoDaddy webhosting however I received the following error...

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: virtual() in /home/content/47/5140147/html/index.php on line 53

It looks to me like all the files uploaded properly. Any ideas?



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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Dreamweaver will use the virtual() function for attaching php pages when the Dreamweaver site is configured to "Create Links Relative to:" "Site". if you change this setting to "Document", Dreamweaver will use the require_once() function instead.

The virtual() function is only available in some Apache server environments.

Go to Site -> Manage Sites. in the site manager, select your site and click the edit button. On the local info tab, change the "Create Links Relative to:" option to "Document"

after making this change, you will need to edit or recreate the site assist site for it to regenerate the code.

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