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First of all Were is the best iPage web host for cheap? Hoping for any answer. Another question on my mind: I was trying to edit my title bar (the test that goes across the top of internet explorer) and I now get this error:.

Parse error: parse error in /home/birddogb/public_html/catalog/includes/languages/english.php on line 79.

Also, none of of headings of the menus are formatted correctly. they all look like this:.

BOX_INFORMATION_SHIPPING.

BOX_INFORMATION_PRIVACY.

BOX_INFORMATION_CONDITIONS.

BOX_INFORMATION_CONTACT.

How can I fix this? does anyone have the english.php file that they can post so I can just copy and paste it in there? would that work? any help will be appreciated...

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I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..

Comment #1

Hmmm, I only changed one thing in the file and it was the page title whcih is somewhere around line 50..

This is line 79&80 does it look right? I never touched it so I don't know how there can be an error :?:.

// whats_new box text in includes/boxes/whats_new.php.

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

Comment #2

Change.

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

To.

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

You have to escape () single quotes (') when they are in another set of single quotes.(does that make since?)..

Comment #3

Thanks. okay, fixed what you said and now I get an error on line 146 which is:.

// javascript messages.

Define('JS_ERROR', 'Errors have occured during the process of your form.nnPlease make the following corrections:nn');..

Comment #4

Apparently some of your backslashes () are missing..

// javascript messages.

Define('JS_ERROR', 'Errors have occured during the process of your form.nnPlease make the following corrections:nn');.

See if that fixes it...

Comment #5

Try making your changes in a note pad and upload it instead of making the changes on the admin. I know I get that error if I don't do that...

Comment #6

Well now I am getting the error on line 79 again? I even entered the new codes in notepad and then copy and pasted them in? any ideas?.

I looked at the php file after I had submitted the changes, and it appears that it isn't showing them as I had entered them? like it isn't really saving it? any idea why it would not save the changes?..

Comment #7

Are you using any kind of html editor?.

[quote]i even entered the new codes in notepad and then copy and pasted them in?[/quote].

If your using notepad you need to open the file thru ftp..

Open with notepad. Make your changes then upload the enitre file.[/quote]..

Comment #8

Well I was trying to edit it in the text box that is in the admin panle of oscommerce. when I made changes in notepad, I did this by copying the text form the text box in oscommerce and pasting it in notepad, then made the changes and copied and pasted them back to oscommerce..

So basically you are saying to copy the php file to my computer via an ftp program, edit it and transfer it back to oscommerce through ftp? I will have to wait until later today to try, due to the fact of this computer not having a ftp program that works..

Which programs are good for editing php? I have dreamweaver mx and frontpage. I might have a php program but i'm not 100% sure..

Thanks again..

Comment #9

DreamweaverMX works fine. Thats what I use. Then you can just connect to the iPage site with Dreamweaver and edit directly or upload the files. Lots of options...

Comment #10

I had the same error today when I made a change to some text in one of my pages via the admin panel. For some reason when a change is made and the file updated, the update removes the backslahes required before an apostraphe..

Hence having to add the the backslashes in manually with the text change..

Around line 79 "define('BOX_HEADING_WHATS_NEW', 'What's New?');".

Change to...

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

And around line 147 "define('JS_REVIEW_TEXT', '* The 'Review Text' must have at least 'REVIEW_TEXT_MIN_LENGTH' characters.n');".

Change to...

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

This only happens via the admin panel so if anyone can share a fix on this that would be great. It works fine if making changes via Cpanel but defeats the purpose of having a CMS..

Just checked and again via admin panel and again is missing the backslashes, however the backslashes are present via Cpanel...

Comment #11

I was trying to edit my title bar (the test that goes across the top of internet explorer) and I now get this error:.

Parse error: parse error in /home/birddogb/public_html/catalog/includes/languages/english.php on line 79.

Also, none of of headings of the menus are formatted correctly. they all look like this:.

BOX_INFORMATION_SHIPPING.

BOX_INFORMATION_PRIVACY.

BOX_INFORMATION_CONDITIONS.

BOX_INFORMATION_CONTACT.

How can I fix this? does anyone have the english.php file that they can post so I can just copy and paste it in there? would that work? any help will be appreciated...

Comment #12

Your probaly missing a semicolon or an apostraphe somewhere in english.php around line 79..

Make sure all of your definitions are in this format..

Define('HEADER_TITLE_STORE', 'Online Store');..

Comment #13


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