Welcome to Geeklog Monday, March 27 2017 @ 04:40 am EDT
When you call up your Geeklog site and all you get is a blank page, it usually means that an error occured but your PHP install is configured not to display any error messages.
If you have access to the php.ini, make sure to have the following settings in php.ini:
- error_reporting = E_ALL
- display_errors = on
Don't forget to restart your webserver after you've changed your php.ini.
If you don't have access to php.ini (typically on shared hosting), try this:
- Open lib-common.php and find the line
error_reporting( E_ERROR | E_WARNING | E_PARSE | E_COMPILE_ERROR );
- After that line add this:
ini_set ('display_errors', '1');
- Try calling up the URL that gave you the blank page again. It should display an error message now.
If you still get a blank page or the error message tells you that you can't use
ini_set, then you may have to ask your hosting service for help.
If you have access to your webserver's error logfile (error_log for Apache), you may also find the error message there.
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