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My web page dcwhome.com/catalog gets an error (expected ';') sometimes (about 50% of the time) saying problem with web page might prevent it from displaying properly. Do you know of a program that can debug php files? Or another way to help me?.

Thank you..

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Good question... I dunno what is the answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

Hi,.

My web page dcwhome.com/catalog gets an error (see below) saying problem with web page might prevent from displaying properly. I cannot find line 887 in index.php. Is there someplace else I should be looking other than index.php?.

PS The line: # keep's changing but everything else stays the same..

Thank you.

Dcwhome.

Line: 887.

Char: 25.

Error: Expected ‘;’.

Code: 0.

URL:.

Http://.dcwhome.com/catalog/index.php?.

Cpath=1_17_42&osCsid=2bc84940e459517cd27ad3669286859ad3669286859..

Comment #2

I would go to the iPage site with your browser and then do a "view source". Then save that file to your hard drive. Then open it in something that will show line numbers (i.e. a code editor program) or let you jump to line 887 ..

Once you can see what the browser is seeing as line 887, it may become clearer. Worst case, when you find line 887 copy it and then do a search on each the likely files for that line..

Once you find it, you should be able to spot the problem and fix rather easily...

Comment #3

I went to your iPage site but I cant get the error to show up, I notice you have lots of java and the icon down the bottom right of the browser shows that there is some sort of formatting error with one of your scripts, I would start with one of those scripts..

Comment #4

It is probably in one of the 1001 javascripts that you are using such as here.

If you look very close at your iPage site you will see a singular dot on the right hand column just above the last box.

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Comment #5

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Comment #6

Glad that you got your issue resolved, to whom do you refer the gift and to what was the resolve..

Comment #7

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"I would go to the iPage site with your browser and then do a "view source". Then save that file to your hard drive. Then open it in something that will show line numbers (i.e. a code editor program) or let you jump to line 887..

Once you can see what the browser is seeing as line 887, it may become clearer. Worst case, when you find line 887 copy it and then do a search on each the likely files for that line..

Once you find it, you should be able to spot the problem and fix rather easily."..

Comment #8

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Comment #9

Hi,.

My web page dcwhome.com/catalog gets an error (expected ';') sometimes (about 50% of the time) saying problem with web page might prevent it from displaying properly. Do you know of a program that can debug php files? Or another way to help me?.

Thank you..

Comment #10

Your system has apparently already told you "what" the problem is there is a ";" missing in the code. Usually it will also give you a pretty good idea of where the problem is located too..

The next time it happens, you should note any file names and line numbers referenced in the error message. If none are given, check your server error logs for that information..

Armed with that information, finding it probably won't be that difficult...

Comment #11


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