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- Christian Aastorp
January 12, 2006, 10:32 am
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Sorry if I too obviously clueles, but I'm just starting editing our
web-site that was prepared by someone else.
The web-site is running at a Norwegian web-hotel (www.domeneshop.no),
running php 4. Our site (www.widenoja-design.no) works ok,
menu-choices and all. When I serve the same files from my local disk
for editing and testing, the menus no longer work. I'm running Wamp 5
with the php 4 module loaded and enabled.
Any clues? Is there any directives I can put in my files to force php
I am able to switch to another software bundle locally if you have a
Thanks for any pointers!
Re: Compatibility problem, php 4 vs php 5? Using wamp 5, having some problems
At a guess, it sounds like a register globals problem. Register globals
is off in newer versions of PHP.
Where you have a menu item like this
http://www.widenoja-design.no/index.php?CAT=tjenester is your script
accessing the choice by looking for $CAT ? If so you need to change
that to $_GET['CAT'] or $_REQUEST['CAT']
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