Test Script Failure at BlueHost.com
I would like to use this script on the site that I am currently building, VintageRadio.com. Unfortunately, the test script fails.
I get this when I type in http://vintageradio.com/tester/:
Index of /tester
Apache/2.2.15 (CentOS) mod_ssl/2.2.15 0.9.8l DAV/2 mod_auth_passthrough/2.1 FrontPage/22.214.171.12435 Server at vintageradio.com Port 80
Additionally, I get the '404' message when I type in http://vintageradio.com/tester/index.php.
My Blue Host setting uses PHP5 (Single php.ini).
PHP5 (Single php.ini) Same as PHP5, but all subdirectories will use ~/public_html/php.ini
Similarly typing in http://vintageradio.com/tester/index.php.ini
also yields the 404 message.
When I installed the GeodesicSolutions.com classifieds program script, it was necessary to modify the ion cude settings although I gather that I was moving them to a more common setting. Here is that info:
Note: Hostmonster has started leaving IonCube not configured on their newly established server configurations. They have provided the following tutorial to get IonCube working properly within such configurations: http://helpdesk.hostmonster.com/inde...rticle/000149.
BlueHost.com and HostMonster.com are basically one in the same (or at least use identical platforms and the modification noted worked for my Geodesic installation.
assuming that I can overcome this problem, how do I insert the code for your calendar on one of my 'extra' pages in the Geodesic Script?
I want to put the calendar at the top of the center (main) column on this page. I don't think that it is hard but I am confused on that point as well. The 'extra' links are just repeats of the front page that are available for modification. The links are currently on the bottom left of all of the pages in the Geodesic script, should there be any value in looking. This is likely a very generic question and really has nothing directly to do with the Geodesic script other than I don't want to interfere with (or eliminate!) its operation.
Thanks for your help!
Last edited by radioz; 04-05-2010 at 03:51 AM.