Good question... I dunno what is the answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
I actually stumbled onto something which seemed to fix it. In one of the functions for that page there was a "global $languages_id;". I'm not sure why this caused the problem, but when I remarked it out it fixed the problem. I probably added this a while ago while troubleshooting a problem - which worked at the time, but then I made a change elsewhere which caused this to cause a problem in that contribution. Hmm.. If I really knew what I was doing, I'd be scared to do anything more....
Well, the problem is back. Seems that didn't fix the problem after all....
Not sure what direction to go now. Search Engine Safe URL's are off, so it's not that either...
$navigation->path[$back]['page'] is null. Maybe that is your problem..
This is caused by the $request_type not being determined (SSL or NONSSL).
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Look at the function tep_href_link and you will see that the third parameter, needs to be one of;.
It looks like you are using:.
Thus, you get the "Unable to ..." error...
I am getting the following message when executing a line of code:.
Unable to determine the page link!.
The line which I'm having a problem with is:.
Echo '<td align="left" class="main"><a href="'tep_href_link($navigation->path[$back]['page'], tep_array_to_string($navigation->path[$back]['get'], array('action')), $navigation->path[$back]['mode'])'">'tep_image_button('button_continue_shopping.gif', IMAGE_BUTTON_CONTINUE_SHOPPING)'</a></td>';.
This is suposed to generate a back button, it used to work but I just noticed that it isn't now. I don't know of any recent changes I made which would have affected this. I really don't know where the problem in this is, any help would be appriciated..
In admin panel under configuration and my store set.
Use Search-Engine Safe URLs (still in development) to false..