There is no errors in the log file? Also, what is your php.inimemory_limit?
On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 11:49 PM, Alister Cameron <
[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> This is my first post on this group.
> I am integrating PHPTAL and Wordpress 2.5.
> I have thus far converted just the index.php page of my Wordpress theme in
> to a template and am really enjoying myself. It's a learning curve, of
> course, but so far no terrible issues.
> One thing that I am really stressing over, however...
> In Wordpress, a theme is installed in the /wp-content/themes/ folder,
> including all dependencies and associated files.
> It would make sense for me then to install PHPTAL somewhere in there.
> However no matter what I do, all I get is a "white screen of death" (a PHP
> error of some sort).
> Now, not being a PHP guru, I don't know what to do.
> The only location I can seem to install PHPTAL is the web root.
> Also, if I try and add PHPTAL into the code via a "global include" that
> effects all pages, then it immediately "white screens" all Wordpress admin
> Again, I have no idea what's going on.
> The only way I have managed to get PHPTAL not to mess it all up is via an
> include in the template PHP file itself, just before intantiating the
> template object, and so forth.
> Any earlier in the PHP execution sequence and Wordpress gets upset.
> However it's all just white-screening for me so I can't diagnose the
> Can anyone help me on this? I am so so so keen to integrate PHPTAL with a
> whole new kind of Wordpress theming/templating platform I'm working on,
> which will allow a whole new level of power and flexibility, however I can't
> with the present problem of intolerance which Wordpress 2.5 and PHPTAL
> have for each other.
> Many thanks for any advice.
> By the way, I use MAMP, and a colleague who also uses mamp has had the
> same problem.
> PS. Happy to send the code I'm working on to the person who can commit to
> "secrecy" and to working the problem out with me :)
> Alister Cameron
> Managing Director
> Cameron Creative Pty Ltd
> Creative, Strategic, Innovative... never boring!
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