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Now it looks like this:.
Could you or anybody else show me, how a configure.php should look like? I think that there are tons of mistakes because I just startet with php last Saturday... never before..
Or couldt exist any other mistake in another php-file? maybe in index.php, column_left.php ......?.
I get crazy..
You've got the <base href=""> problem. Look at the html source for the page..
The solution is in this thread, in Johnson's post..
He's referring to line 41 in application_top.php.
// set the type of request (secure or not).
$request_type = (getenv('HTTPS') == 'on') ? 'SSL' : 'NONSSL';.
It changes to:.
$request_type = (isset($_SERVER['HTTPS']) && (strtolower($_SERVER['HTTPS']) == 'on')) ? 'SSL' : 'NONSSL';..
Your first line which you told me.
Didnt work. ALL pictures where not available.... I just refrehed the old line..
But your second line for application_top.php.
$request_type = (isset($_SERVER['HTTPS']) && (strtolower($_SERVER['HTTPS']) == 'on')) ? 'SSL' : 'NONSSL';.
Fixed the problem with the internet explorer problem of the german/england/spain/quicksearch images... ALL images are available now.
THANK YOU !!!!.
Now I have just two further questions:.
1)The navigation below of the banner .... in Mozilla the background is BLUE and this way shown exactly. In the internet explorer it is white! Ive allready studied the stylesheet.css but the problem in internet explorer goes not away.
2) when you go in my shop to a product and want to get the information you receive the following:.
Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_CONSTANT_ENCAPSED_STRING, expecting ',' or ';' in /home/www/web14/html/catalog/product_info.php on line 121.
You have to go back and put this in again..
It will work now and it is standard. It did not work before because of the other problem. I didn't check for the other problem till I knew you had the images folder correct..
You understand what the base href is right? It's the base path which the other directory paths are appended to. That's why /images didn't work, there was no base for the s/w to build.
I'll have a look at the other problems in a minute or so..
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: 13 July 2004, 19:53..
Your other problems are caused because you're using the built in editor to edit files. You can not use it, it's buggy and it strips important characters out of the code..
Look at this page.
See all the n characters? That's because the editor is stripping escape characters from the code..
See this thread:.
You'll need to go back and check or replace any pages you've edited with the on-line editor. Use a local editor on your local PC and upload the changed files. Or you can get an editor which can edit on-line...
As for the css differences between mozilla and IE?.
Browsers treat css differently. I design for IE because that's what most people use and I let the chips fall where they may for the other browsers. I recommend keeping css fairly simple because I've seen many sites where people went crazy with css and their sites become pretty much unusable in some browsers they never tested..
The idea of an e-commerce iPage site is to sell stuff, not dazzle the world with neat tricks...