Alright, now try commenting out all the script except for the ini_set and echo 'test' at the top. There still might be a syntax error in the code.
Essentially, you want to do whatever you can to get the page to display a simple message. Then, work backwards until you get the error/blank page. If you can't get a message to display, try copying the script from hello.php to right into your new script. That should give you enough to troubleshoot. Tony On 11/7/06 9:00 AM, "Desmond Coughlan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > X-No-Archive: true > > OK, that gives a blank page, too... which is puzzling, 'cos I tried > 'hello.php' before getting into the db 'thang', and I saw the text on the > screen. > > Well .. back to the drawing board... > > D. > > Tony Grimes <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit : > Is your server configured to display errors? Try adding this at the top of > your script: > > ini_set('display_errors',true); > > It won't catch syntax errors, but it should help. Also, try adding this to > the top of your script: > > echo 'test'; > > If you still get a blank page, then it's probably not a problem with your > actual script. Maybe your configuration. > > Tony > -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php