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Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /home/fantasy/public_html/catalog/products_new.php:2) in /home/fantasy/public_html/catalog/includes/functions/sessions.php on line 67.
Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/fantasy/public_html/catalog/products_new.php:2) in /home/fantasy/public_html/catalog/includes/functions/sessions.php on line 67.
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Get these error messages when I try to click "New Products" while logged in...
We have checked the knowledge base and previous posts regarding similar problems, and we are 100% sure that it's not a whitespace problem. We are willing to let someone in to take a look...
You most likely edited products_new.php.go to the very top of the file, at the very first <?php and at the left caret, press the backspace key a few times...
I do not know if you have fixed the problem, but I have tested up until payment and it works fine! If the problem is after that I am unsure as I cant get to that part!.
We fixed the problem. Thanks Scott and Mibble for your quick, on-target assistance..
Now I am curious about another issue..
Is there a modification to osCommerce that increases the efficiency of moving large amounts of items into different categories?.
Though I've got an efficient process down, sorting lots of items is a pain, and I was wondering if there's a modification that puts a check box next to each item, and allows you to select groups of items to be transferred, rather than forcing a user to do it one at a time...
We host an osCommerce site, www.fantasyvideosanddvds.com/catalog , and we can't figure out why it won't accept orders properly..
When you try to place an order, it takes you back to the sign-in/registration screen..
We turned on cookie detection, and it says adjust browser to medium cookie detection. I adjusted mine to accept all cookies, and it still doesn't work..
We have iPage domain setup for our http site, and ip address setup for https site. We can use several parts of https, shopping cart, etc., but when we try to place an order it takes us to the welcome screen..
Does anyone have any suggestions?..
PM me a fake user name and pswd and I will take a look.
(you can set the username to something you like so I dont make any bogus orders!!)..