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HTML Editor error message on Go Daddy

Thread began 5/14/2010 5:28 pm by sandy170299 | Last modified 5/17/2010 12:18 pm by sandy170299 | 1272 views | 7 replies |

sandy170299

HTML Editor error message on Go Daddy

I'm having issues with ANOTHER site on Go Daddy now. I am receiving the following error message and I don't understand what it means. Please see the attached screen print. Where is the ColdFusion reference coming from? This is a PHP web site.

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anonymous

Sandy,

That is the strangest thing as it appears that your FCKeditor instance is trying to use the ColdFusion connector that is bundled with a native FCKeditor installation.

What is weird, though, is that if you are using the latest HTMLEditor, I don't think WebAssist even kept the CFM connector files in the version that gets distributed by the extension.

By chance, did you have an old iRite installation on the same page and perhaps an unneeded include is being called?

Best regards,

Brian

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sandy170299

Interesting... It's a fairly new site, so I don't think so (the site just just got moved to a new server). Any ideas on how to fix this without having to recreate the wheel?

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anonymous

One thing you could try is to simply remove that instance of HTMLEditor and then deploy a whole new instance. You have to be careful, though, if it is an old iRite instance, you will need to also remove the include code at the top of the page that will still be trying to call the old iRite include.

Regards,

Brian

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I think Brian has **** the nail on the head. The error is using an old iRite instance, not an HTML Editor instance.

Look in the code for an include line is referencing the WA_iRite folder. If you having trouble finding it, please send a copy of the page.

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sandy170299

I deleted everything - all the code and every reference to the editor, and started from scratch. Now it's working as expected. Very weird... This has never been a ColdFusion site - it's always been a PHP site!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

always fun to have Ghosts in the machine....


Glad to hear it is working.

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sandy170299

Thanks, Jason... Yeah, ghosts are great!

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