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php Probs! Ugh!

Discussion in 'PHP & Perl' started by silentthunder, Oct 21, 2012.

  1. silentthunder

    silentthunder Power Member

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    Anyone have any ideas? I figure its a problem with the directory that I can work around or get someone to work around.
     
  3. chevet

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    need php code
     
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    silentthunder Power Member

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    That's what I'm told. Broken php eh? No mucho problema.
     
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    Well just an error doesnt tell much, we need more information and perhaps portion of the code in question.

    To put it short mark() is not an object but is trying to be used as one.

    Is that a CMS (joomla, wordpress, etc) or a custom script ?

    Have you installed any plugins to it recently ? Can you remove the latest plugins ?

    Is that a self made website ?
     
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    Moved to the proper section :)

    You should post the code of index.php as the error says.
     
  7. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    You called a function in such a way as $myVar->mark() but never initiated myVar as an object. Code will let us pinpoint it.