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Accordian Misspelling in code

Thread began 9/15/2010 8:31 pm by carlene | Last modified 9/16/2010 1:57 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1105 views | 5 replies |

carleneBeta Tester

Accordian Misspelling in code

Hi there -

I got a syntax error on this piece of code:

<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
<?php
echo($Accordian[1]);
?>
//-->
</script>

Note the spelling of Accordion. I'm guessing that's the culprit? The original piece of code is in the Main.dwt.php template.

Cheers!

Carlene

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

there should be this code on the page as well that initializes the Accordian array:
<?php
$Accordian = getCatAccordian();

echo($Accordian[0]);



?>


what exactly is the syntax error?

Where can I see it?

Can you send a page that shows the code causing it?

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carleneBeta Tester

Jason -- "Accordian" is being spelled incorrectly there. The proper spelling is Accordion. I'm guessing that is what the syntax error is pointing to.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

irregardless of the proper spelling, it is being misspelled in both places.

misspelling will not cause a syntax error, unless the misspelling is inconsistent.

The php processor has no notion of proper or improper spelling of words.

the misspelling of accordion is not the cause of the syntax error

what exactly is the syntax error?

Where can I see it?

Can you send a page that shows the code causing it?

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carleneBeta Tester

Jason,

So I fixed the spelling error and there was a blank line between the

?> and the
//--->

and that's what it was pointing to. I removed the blank line and the syntax error went away. (Dreamweaver was telling me there was an error with error reporting on.)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the spelling error will not cause a syntax error.

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