[FX.php List] [OFF] Anyone fluent with setting up Wordpress?

Bob Patin bob at patin.com
Mon Jan 19 09:40:31 MST 2009


Thanks for your reply; I hadn't thought about the fact that the error  
points to a non-PHP part of the code... but then again, in  
Dreamweaver, line 310 isn't usually the line where the error exists.  
When I write FX code and there's a parse error, the reported line is  
almost NEVER the same line number as displayed in Dreamweaver. I think  
this is because the reported error line is ignoring blank lines...

I went thru the page looking for short open tags, which my PHP install  
would refuse to allow, but didn't find any.

 From what I could tell, the PHP close tags are in place, but I think  
I'll go thru it all again. Would your guess be that I can stop looking  
after line 320 or so (assuming some line misnumbering in Dreamweaver)?

Good tip about looking before the line number... I'll go back and  
look. It just seems odd that Wordpress would release a new version as  
their stable version, and have a parse error in it...

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On Jan 19, 2009, at 10:26 AM, Leo R. Lundgren wrote:

> Apparently PHP is trying to interpret that part of the file, and as  
> you say it's JavaScript, I guess it shouldn't?
> Do you have the appropriate ?>  non-php-code  <?php markup in place?  
> Or, if the code you pasted should be inside a string in the PHP  
> code, make sure that it's "stringed out" appropriately.
> Another note, not necessarily related, is that when you have a  
> syntax error, always look at the line immediately before the line  
> mentioned, as well. Depending on the type of code on the mentioned  
> line, it may be a continuation form the previous one and one will  
> get a clearer picture not just staring at the mentioned line :)
> -|

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