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In a lot of shared hosting environments, what looks to be the full path of a folder is not necessarily the correct full path. The good news is that there is a quick way to find this information. The full file path is required when setting up file system product and image storage.
When using some add-ons in Shopp that require connecting to other services, the following PHP Warning is generated: CURLPROTO_FILE cannot be activated when in safe_mode or an open_basedir is set
Attempting to activate Shopp fails, and displays a blank page. Blank pages with WordPress typically represent fatal errors in PHP.
With the introduction of Shopp 1.1, there are at least two PHP scripts that must run indepently of the WordPress environment, requiring proper permission configurations when using security modules such as suPHP.
When saving a large number variations onto a product or category, all variations do not save.
PHP includes a function known as phpinfo() that provides a formatted page of information regarding your PHP/web server hosting environment.
Several web hosts claim to offer PHP 4 and PHP 5 support while offering PHP 4 by default. This is due to a specific approach that can serve PHP 4 and PHP 5 concurrently on the same Apache server using FastCGI.
Errors like these normally occur when trying to activate Shopp on web hosting that does not provide PHP version 5.0+.
PHP does not support bzip2 decompression of the embedded WSDL file.
A PHP fatal error causes a blank (white) page. By default, WordPress is set to supress any PHP fatal errors which causes a blank, empty page to be displayed instead of an error message.
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