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Got a question... iPage and Exchange 2003 configuration? Thanks for any answer. My other question... Can anyone help me with this I have made a major boo boo!.

I went to change something (can't even remember what now) but I went in the wrong folder and now I am getting errors everywhere..

Can anyone give me a copy of an original index.php, know where I can get one or even tell me how to fix this?.

Error Messages:.

Parse error: parse error in /var/www/html/oscommerce/admin/includes/languages/english.php on line 108.

Parse error: parse error in /var/www/html/oscommerce/includes/languages/english.php on line 79.

Everything looks funny in admin area too:.

BOX_HEADING_CONFIGURATION.

BOX_CONFIGURATION_MYSTORE, BOX_CONFIGURATION_LOGGING, BOX_CONFIGURATION_CACHE.

Any help would be greatly appreciated and I promise I won't change anything else..

Nina..

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Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..

Comment #1

My guess would be that you went to change some thing in includes/languages/english.php and have now saved the file in the wrong folder having now replaced your admin/includes/languages/english.php file with the one that was being edited from includes/languages/english.php.

However I may be wrong..

As this is a parse error there is a chance that a backslash has been removed from the code and that it is this that is giving the errors..

Did you use the online file manager to view and or edit the files.

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Comment #2

My guess would be that you went to change some thing in includes/languages/english.php and have now saved the file in the wrong folder having now replaced your admin/includes/languages/english.php file with the one that was being edited from includes/languages/english.php.

However I may be wrong..

As this is a parse error there is a chance that a backslash has been removed from the code and that it is this that is giving the errors..

Did you use the online file manager to view and or edit the files as line 79 of includes/languages/english.php would be.

Define('BOX_HEADING_WHATS_NEW', 'What\'s New?');.

Notice the use of the backslash to escape the apostrophe..

Line 108 of admin/includes/languages/english.php would be.

Define('BOX_TOOLS_WHOS_ONLINE', 'Who\'s Online');.

Which also has a backslash.

There are several more instances of the use of the backslash in both files..

It is better to edit offline by using an ftp program such as ws_ftp to download the file edit and ftp upload to the server.

There is a known issue with the online file manager removing backslashes from the code which results in a parse error another issue is with the addition of whitespace which gives the error cannot send headers headers allready sent by (name of file)..

Comment #3

Thanks for all of your help I just deleted the shop and started over. I just can not get the hang of this cart. But I'm not about to quit I will figure it out..

Thanks,.

Nina..

Comment #4

Hi,.

Using a (') in your text will cause a parse error..... look for this..

Herr Gray..

Comment #5

Tiels4nina.

I am sure I speak for many people here. Always make a copy of your stuff before you start changing anything..

Even files that my server company installs I get a download of the application and keep it on my own pc so I have a copy of every file..

If you use an ftp client download and save it to your hard drive, that way you have a working copy to fall back on..

But don't give up, and remember a mistake is never a wast of time if you learn from it......look at me.....I have messed up osc so many times on my test server I am starting to know where to look to change things like I know the back of my hand ......giggles..

Comment #6

Can anyone help me with this I have made a major boo boo!.

I went to change something (can't even remember what now) but I went in the wrong folder and now I am getting errors everywhere..

Can anyone give me a copy of an original index.php, know where I can get one or even tell me how to fix this?.

Error Messages:.

Parse error: parse error in /var/www/html/oscommerce/admin/includes/languages/english.php on line 108.

Parse error: parse error in /var/www/html/oscommerce/includes/languages/english.php on line 79.

Everything looks funny in admin area too:.

BOX_HEADING_CONFIGURATION.

BOX_CONFIGURATION_MYSTORE, BOX_CONFIGURATION_LOGGING, BOX_CONFIGURATION_CACHE.

Any help would be greatly appreciated and I promise I won't change anything else..

Nina..

Comment #7

If you go to the OSC main page and then click "download" you can load an entire default store into your computer. I have one in mine just for situations like this. You simply re-load any pages you've goofed on. But, before you do that, you may want to just let everyone know what's happening and they can probably help...

Comment #8


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