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Question I have... I designed a site on dreamweaver and uploaded on the web via iPage, ? Many thanks for any answer. My 2nd question... Blank lines don't count and a line is a complete line of code. Count down to the line you added and see how many lines that is. It should be approx 78..

What are you using to edit the files with?.

Did you edit anything else within the file - even so much as adding a space?.

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Lorax.

: 16 October 2004, 18:30..

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Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

Big jumps in the line numbers for an error - especially when you've only been working in one area - can mean that you've inadvertantly deleted some character that encapsulates several lines of code. Like a <? or { Open up the original copy of the english.php file and compare it with the one you're working on line by line. That'll help you narrow down where the error lies..

I think you're on the right track but take it slow. You should get yourself an editor that gives you line numbers - it'll make the job easier and much quicker..

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Lorax.

: 16 October 2004, 18:55..

Comment #2

Line 147 says: define('JS_REVIEW_TEXT', '* The 'Review Text' must have at least 'REVIEW_TEXT_MIN_LENGTH' characters.n');.

I // commented it out and now the page has returned. Can someone tell me what's wrong with that line?.

Thanks.

Andrew...

Comment #3

That line should look like:.

Define('JS_REVIEW_TEXT', '* The \'Review Text\' must have at least 'REVIEW_TEXT_MIN_LENGTH' characters.\n');.

Note the backslashes. Which makes me wonder if you did a global search and replace for something that ended up messing with all of the backslashes??.

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Lorax.

: 16 October 2004, 20:06..

Comment #4

I went to insert the backslashes and I keep getting new errors, the latest one is on line 149, the thing is that the backslashes keep disappearing when I go to check on the new error. It's so frustrating. Am I editing this in the right place?.

I'd put an s on FAQ and put a backslash between the s and the ' then I'd get an error in someplace else, and when I go to edit THAT one, I'd realise that the backslash from between the Q and s is gone, which means that that would've been a NEW error after I uploaded to check..

UGH!.

Andrew...

Comment #5

Line 149 currently looks like this: ('JS_REVIEW_TEXT', '* The \'Review Text\' must have at least 'REVIEW_TEXT_MIN_LENGTH' characters.\n');.

And is causing an error, I commented it out and the page loaded fine. Now isn't the above exactly what it should be?.

Andrew...

Comment #6

I edit the files in file manager public_html//includes/languages/english.php.

But I'm guessing that I should download the whole thing edit it someplace else and then replace the existing one with the edited one..

Andrew..

Comment #7

Use an editor that will give you accurate line numbers. TextPad will do that, although you have to turn line numbering on in the options (doesn't do it by default). Makes life so much simpler..

Vger..

Comment #8

Blank lines don't count and a line is a complete line of code. Count down to the line you added and see how many lines that is. It should be approx 78..

What are you using to edit the files with?.

Did you edit anything else within the file - even so much as adding a space?.

This post has been edited by.

Lorax.

: 16 October 2004, 18:30..

Comment #9

I downloaded the english.php file and noticed that there was ' in What's new, and as Vger pointed out to me earlier, you should replace all of these ' with backslashes, so I moved it and then the error went to line 147. How did this thing get errors? I didn't even touch any of these places. Again Vger you're right, this thing seems to make it's own errors. Anyway I'll try to see if I can find the 147 error now..

Thanks to all of you..

Andrew...

Comment #10


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.