I am hoping someone can help me??
I currently run Fedora 11 on an Apple PowerMac G4 and recently performed
an upgrade to it which rendered my site completely unsee able for a
while but then after re-saving it showed up through my browsers however
my menu bar was slightly altered probably due to lack of formatting.
Apache error logs claim this:
[Sun Jan 10 23:06:23 2010] [error] [client 192.168.1.110] PHP Parse
error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting ',' or ';' in
/home/optiplex-networks/links.php on line 20, referer:
I have attempted to enable PHP debugging but nothing is being shown!
To give an idea of where things are going wrong this is the start of the
<?php # Script 3.4 - index.php
// Set the page title and include the HTML header.
$page_title = 'Optiplex Networks';
<table width="100%" align="center" border="0" bgcolor="#CCCCCC">
<tr><td align="center"><font size="4"><strong>Contributors to Optiplex
<p>If it weren't for these projects Optiplex Networks would not have
happened. My thanks and regards to everyone involved!</p>
<table width="95%" border="1" align="center">
<td width="15%"><div align="center"
<td width="20%"><div align="center"
<td width="*"><div align="center"
Line 20 is the line beginning with <p>If it weren't for.......
I don't understand why this should be an error as it's basic html!
The only php part I have used is just echoing the html out.
As shown the echo ' is closed off at the bottom of the file with:
which is fine according the book I read about php.
Obviously something is wrong but I can't figure it out, if anyone can
give me a hand I'd very much appreciate it!
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