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shrimp134

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Ok, again, I went into my config.php file by using my cpanel's edit file feature, it opens up a new window with the files text in it...all I did was change the site name from like "another nifty geeklog site" to my slogan.....thats all and then went to the bottom and pressed "save file", now when I open up my home page .......it does this again on the top.....
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Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home2/shrimp/config.php:761) in /home2/shrimp/system/lib-sessions.php on line 188

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home2/shrimp/config.php:761) in /home2/shrimp/system/lib-sessions.php on line 200

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home2/shrimp/config.php:761) in /home2/shrimp/public_html/lib-common.php(973) : eval()'d code on line 1


I know this is a simple fix, but last night I tried to save the file config.php to my computer and open it with notepad and also "gridinsoft notepad" and deleted the extra lines, and pressed save and then ftp'd the new file and replaced the old config.php on my server, and then geeklog didnt work anymore....so can anyone tell me what to do!
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Dirk

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* sigh * Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by ...

If the editor you're using is causing you problems then use another one. Cpanel is notorious for this.

bye, Dirk
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shrimp134

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Quote by Dirk: * sigh * Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by ...

If the editor you're using is causing you problems then use another one. Cpanel is notorious for this.

bye, Dirk


Dirk I know its causing problems...so what I did was transfer the file to my pc and opened it with the programs I stated in my other post and just pressed save.....but then it didnt work.....I dont know what to do....or actually what "whitespace" is?
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Quote by shrimp134: I dont know what to do....or actually what "whitespace" is?

It's all in that FAQ entry. Please read it ...

bye, Dirk
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shrimp134

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Dirk, Like I said, I dl'd a different php editor *gridinsoft* and opened the file and deleted the blank lines below.....saved it and then ftp'd it back to my server...but it totally wacked up geeklog so i had to reinstalll....do I have to do something special since its a .php file?
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shrimp134

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Please...Bump......
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use search

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easiest way to explain it...

when you edit a file, even if u don't make a change, some editors will add a blank line below the closing tag.
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?>  <--- this is the closing tag
 


place your cursor below the closing tag and hit your backspace key until your cursor is on the same line as the closing tag.
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