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=?iso-8859-1?Q?Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Re: Sitemgr errors at top of scr
=?iso-8859-1?Q?Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Re: Sitemgr errors at top of screen?=
Fri, 7 Mar 2003 08:49:35 -0500
On Fri, 07 Mar 2003 00:11:56 -0500, you wrote:
>"Brian Johnson" <address@hidden> a écrit:
>> address@hidden wrote:
>>>"Brian Johnson" <address@hidden> a écrit:
>>>> I've got sitemgr working but am getting errors across the top of the
screen of the
>>>> created web page:
>>>> Warning: Wrong datatype for second argument in call to in_array in
>>>> on line 35
>>>This means that you have a category that has no entry in the
>> I deleted the categroies and added a new one back (it was a new site)
>and the problem went away?
yes. I uninstalled and reinstalled .. no effect
I looked at categories ... there were three - two maked as no language. I
deleted those two and the site errors went away
>>>> PS - it would be useful for the docs to note that the relative
position of the
>>>> sitemgr-site dir is relative to the sitemgr-link dir
>>>This is not completely right. The sitemgr-link dir must be put into
>>>the root of your phpgroupware install. Sitemgr-site you, can put it
>>>anywhere where it is accesbile with an URL, i.e. you can also leave it
>>>where it is, and either call it with
>>>or define an apache alias for this directory.
>> I copied the sitemgr-link to the phpgroupware home and left the
>> sitemgr. To use a relative url I had to use ../sitemgr/sitemgr-site
(ie it is
>> relative to the sitemgr-link dir, not the sitemgr dir)
>I am sorry that I cannot follow you here. When you say "use a relative
>url" what do you mean?
>- on a page template?
>- as the content of a page?
I'm talking about the Configure Sitemgr page:
URL to sitemgr-site
(The URL can be relative or absolute. Name must end in a slash.)
It is relative to sitemgr-link dir .. not sitemgr dir
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