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Got a question, hope someone can answer... Is Business Catalyst a good web builder/iPage hosting service? Hoping for any response. Another question I got... Has anyone had this effect happen before:.

Whenever I edit a file, say 'index.php' from the Define Language heading in the admin section - when I save it and go back to it - it seems to have created about twice as much blank space between the code - after a few edits here and there I've got a file so big it takes ages to find the same code again (I'm thinking of a parallel like grains of rice on a chess board etc..!).

Thanks in advance for any pointers...

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The answer is Yes, but you might want to make sure and wait for someone else to confirm my answer as I am unsure of myself. Better yet, why don't you contact the iPage guys because they can give you help better...

Comment #1

Keep a copy of your files on your computer edit them and upload to your server.

Do not use the osC admin Define Language.

The_Bear..

Comment #2

Thanks for that Bear, apreciate your advice once again, but isn't the OScommerce admin control panel meant to be for editing then? I know the line numbers are a useful feature in WYSISYG editors, presumably hard coding/writing text info isn't to be reccomended with it then?..

Comment #3

The file manager has a flaw, it corupts code. i.e it removes \ and screws up your code..

I use EDIT PAD LITE with an FTP client, works fine ..

Regards.

Rolf..

Comment #4

Cheers, I'm gonna have a look at the lite version you mentioned - am used to dreamweaver but it's a bit of a big beast to open just for some casual php editing etc. Thanx..

Comment #5

Has anyone had this effect happen before:.

Whenever I edit a file, say 'index.php' from the Define Language heading in the admin section - when I save it and go back to it - it seems to have created about twice as much blank space between the code - after a few edits here and there I've got a file so big it takes ages to find the same code again (I'm thinking of a parallel like grains of rice on a chess board etc..!).

Thanks in advance for any pointers...

Comment #6

Sorry to have to bump my own thread dudes, but does anyone know why whenever I 'save' english.php (or anyother file) within the admin page that it creates masses of line breaks (white space) within the PHP code? - here's hoping - again...

Comment #7


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