In article <01a601c19de8$adc1b050$5e01a8c0@ben>,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Ben Sinclair) wrote:
> It is possible to disable error reporting, but you would probably remember
> doing it.
A call to phpinfo() to check the global and local settings for
error_reporting and display_errors would be the first thing to check. If
it's not what you expect, see what filepath phpinfo() says the php.ini file
is located under; the new install may not be using the old config file.
> Another possiblity is your page having tables that are not closed
> because the script has stopped on an error, and your browser doesn't know how
> to render the page. View the source to the page, the error might be in there.
Correction: *that* should be the first thing you check <g>. Then phpinfo().
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