I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
SESSION DIRECTORY DOES NOT EXIST.
Change the last line in the following files.
Thanks .... that has cleared the session problem .... but I still have this:.
The line 511 in application_top is:.
Any ideas ? .
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STS_START_CAPTURE is probably a contrib you installed. It appears that STS_START_CAPTURE is never defined before trying to use it. Do a text search for it in all the contribs you've installed. You may have left it out by accident..
Also, try just commenting it out!..
Do you have the defines for STS in the includes/configure.php..
I may have gone about this illogically. But, I set up my online store first..
Now I am setting up a local test environment. I have Apache, PHP, MySQL running all cool and funky and the database and tables imported from the production site..
The only mod I'm using is STS_TEMPLATE and that seems to be giving me this error on the local test site:.
Anyone have any ideas. I'm not a developer (If that wasn't obvious.
Looks like PHP isn't set up correctly.
Find a file called php.ini might be in c:\apache\php\.
It probably reads.
Session.save_path = "/tmp".
Which is the default line for linux.
Change it to the windows equivalent say c:\temp\ (make sure the directory exists.) (I take it you are running windows from :\program files\)..