> Most likely they end up in the logs instead of the screen. Try check
> the logs (on linux, they are usually in /var/log/apache).
This is being hosted on 1and1.com, so I don't think I direct access to
those directories, but I have found a 'logs' folder off of the root.
Looking through that I see what seems to be a bunch of error log files.
I will look through those and see what I can find.
On 2/9/2013 4:14 PM, Matijn Woudt wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 10:08 PM, Jonathan Eagle <jeo...@attglobal.net>wrote:
>> My 'display_errors' is "ON" and my 'error_reporting' is "22517". I'm
>> not sure what that means but it looks as if I should be getting error
>> messages somewhere.
> Most likely they end up in the logs instead of the screen. Try check the
> logs (on linux, they are usually in /var/log/apache).
> A general note (this also applies to tedd):
> The HTTP specification notes that the Location header should be followed by
> an absolute URI only. Even though probably every browser accepts relative
> URIs too, it's incorrect. You should replace it with
> http://myserver.com/login.php, or preferable, https://myserver.com/login.php
> - Matijn
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