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First question I got is How do free wepage sites like iPage and Angelfire get ads onto the pages? Looking forward for any response. Another quick question... ERROR: I am able to write to the configuration file..

The advice is to set the right user permissions on this file. This is a Windows XP Pro with a XAMMP server, rights are not adjustable..

What to do?..

Comments (5)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

Where does the info below gets store? in which file?.

WWW Address -.

Http://www.your-server.com/catalog/.

The full iPage website address to the online store.

Webserver Root Directory - /home/username/public_html/catalog/.

The server path to the online store..

Comment #2

If I understand the question, the answer is catalog/includes/configure.php..

Comment #3

I found the file but the path to both the web address and the root directory is not there. I want to change the path...

Comment #4

What does your config file say now? Not sure what you mean when you say you want to change the path..

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Baddog.

: 28 February 2009, 03:02..

Comment #5

Go to your catalog/includes folder in your computer ... Right click on the file properties and set(check) to read-only. That will get rid of the warning. You need to reload/referesh the page. Windows based server/os doesn't do CHMOD to set permissions..

This path is something you will see if you already have a LIVE web server (not XAMPP), usually you sign up and pay for that with g*daddy or ho*tmonster iPage hosting sites..

In a local install using XAMPP, your web address is.

Http://localhost/catalog.

Where catalog is inside htdocs folder. Your root directory is the HTDOCS folder in XAMPP...

Comment #6


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