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WARNING: An error occurred while parsing the page. Please see PHP-Fusion's error log for more de

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The Tooth Fairy


Junior Member

#1

Posted 2 years ago

WARNING: An error occurred while parsing the page. Please see PHP-Fusion's error log for more details.

how to remove it?

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PolarFox


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#2

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The Tooth Fairy


Junior Member

#3

Posted 2 years ago

I want to remove it from the system.

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Archer


Member

#4

Posted 2 years ago

Why ?

Only admin's can see the message and if there are no errors on your site you will not the message.
Edited by Archer on 11-02-2013 21:37

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The Tooth Fairy


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#5

Posted 2 years ago

I want to remove it from my system

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Craig


Fusioneer

#6

Posted 2 years ago

themes/templates/footer.php just remove...

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// Error handling
if (iADMIN  && checkrights("ERRO") && count($_errorHandler) > 0) {
   echo "<div class='admin-message'>".str_replace("[ERROR_LOG_URL]", ADMIN."errors.php".$aidlink, $locale['err_101'])."</div>\n";
}

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Richard Ainz


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#7

Posted 2 years ago

Removing it will give you less insight in errors that exist in the code of your page. It is a useful tool, but I admit it can be annoying if you feel you site is working as intended, despite the errors.

Maybe a mod suggestion: turn the error visibility ON / OFF?
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