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  1. #1
    Daryl Rose
    Guest

    Default Adding a login component

    I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish the page
    and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the page source, I
    get the following error:

    <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->

    This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but its
    turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.

    Thanks.

    Daryl Rose


  2. #2
    Daryl Rose
    Guest

    Default Re: Adding a login component

    I'm still trying to figure this out. I can view the page if I do a local
    publish, but only if I double click on the page. I try to open it as I
    normally would from the menu of my site, I get nothing.

    When I double click on the page at the top I get:

    "The components required for suite login are not published. Please check
    your publish settings in Fusion and republish the site."

    To the best of my knowledge, everything has been published.

    I also get this snippet of code:

    "; } else { echo "

    An error occured. Please contact the site administrator

    Error code: 103
    "; } exit(); } require_once($nof_rootDir . "/" . $nof_scriptDir . "/" .
    "nof_utils.inc.php"); $nof_resources->addFile($nof_langFile); ?>

    But again, if I publish this to my actual server and try to view it on the
    internet, I get nothing.

    Thanks

    Daryl Rose



    "Daryl Rose" <rosede12@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:gnseb0$osv2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish the page
    >and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the page source, I
    >get the following error:
    >
    > <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    >
    > This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but its
    > turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    > Daryl Rose



  3. #3
    LBA
    Guest

    Default Re: Adding a login component

    It looks like you are using PHP code to handle the log in. Forget Local
    Publish. I presume you don't have PHP installed on your computer,
    therefore, your computer does not have the capacity to execute the PHP
    log in code. You can install PHP on your computer ... some people find
    that easy and some prefer not to do so... but you can also just upload
    your pages to the web hosting server and test it there. For the moment,
    that's probably your best bet. In the long run, you can explore
    installing PHP locally.

    Laurence


    Daryl Rose wrote:
    > I'm still trying to figure this out. I can view the page if I do a
    > local publish, but only if I double click on the page. I try to open
    > it as I normally would from the menu of my site, I get nothing.
    >
    > When I double click on the page at the top I get:
    >
    > "The components required for suite login are not published. Please
    > check your publish settings in Fusion and republish the site."
    >
    > To the best of my knowledge, everything has been published.
    >
    > I also get this snippet of code:
    >
    > "; } else { echo "
    >
    > An error occured. Please contact the site administrator
    >
    > Error code: 103
    > "; } exit(); } require_once($nof_rootDir . "/" . $nof_scriptDir . "/"
    > . "nof_utils.inc.php"); $nof_resources->addFile($nof_langFile); ?>
    >
    > But again, if I publish this to my actual server and try to view it on
    > the internet, I get nothing.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Daryl Rose
    >
    >
    >
    > "Daryl Rose" <rosede12@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:gnseb0$osv2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish
    >> the page and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the
    >> page source, I get the following error:
    >>
    >> <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    >>
    >> This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but
    >> its turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.
    >>
    >> Thanks.
    >>
    >> Daryl Rose

    >


  4. #4
    LBA
    Guest

    Default Re: Adding a login component

    It looks like you are using PHP code to handle the log in. Forget Local
    Publish. I presume you don't have PHP installed on your computer,
    therefore, your computer does not have the capacity to execute the PHP
    log in code. You can install PHP on your computer ... some people find
    that easy and some prefer not to do so... but you can also just upload
    your pages to the web hosting server and test it there. For the moment,
    that's probably your best bet. In the long run, you can explore
    installing PHP locally.

    Laurence


    Daryl Rose wrote:
    > I'm still trying to figure this out. I can view the page if I do a
    > local publish, but only if I double click on the page. I try to open
    > it as I normally would from the menu of my site, I get nothing.
    >
    > When I double click on the page at the top I get:
    >
    > "The components required for suite login are not published. Please
    > check your publish settings in Fusion and republish the site."
    >
    > To the best of my knowledge, everything has been published.
    >
    > I also get this snippet of code:
    >
    > "; } else { echo "
    >
    > An error occured. Please contact the site administrator
    >
    > Error code: 103
    > "; } exit(); } require_once($nof_rootDir . "/" . $nof_scriptDir . "/"
    > . "nof_utils.inc.php"); $nof_resources->addFile($nof_langFile); ?>
    >
    > But again, if I publish this to my actual server and try to view it on
    > the internet, I get nothing.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Daryl Rose
    >
    >
    >
    > "Daryl Rose" <rosede12@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:gnseb0$osv2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish
    >> the page and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the
    >> page source, I get the following error:
    >>
    >> <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    >>
    >> This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but
    >> its turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.
    >>
    >> Thanks.
    >>
    >> Daryl Rose

    >


  5. #5
    LBA
    Guest

    Default Re: Adding a login component

    It looks like you are using PHP code to handle the log in. Forget Local
    Publish. I presume you don't have PHP installed on your computer,
    therefore, your computer does not have the capacity to execute the PHP
    log in code. You can install PHP on your computer ... some people find
    that easy and some prefer not to do so... but you can also just upload
    your pages to the web hosting server and test it there. For the moment,
    that's probably your best bet. In the long run, you can explore
    installing PHP locally.

    Laurence


    Daryl Rose wrote:
    > I'm still trying to figure this out. I can view the page if I do a
    > local publish, but only if I double click on the page. I try to open
    > it as I normally would from the menu of my site, I get nothing.
    >
    > When I double click on the page at the top I get:
    >
    > "The components required for suite login are not published. Please
    > check your publish settings in Fusion and republish the site."
    >
    > To the best of my knowledge, everything has been published.
    >
    > I also get this snippet of code:
    >
    > "; } else { echo "
    >
    > An error occured. Please contact the site administrator
    >
    > Error code: 103
    > "; } exit(); } require_once($nof_rootDir . "/" . $nof_scriptDir . "/"
    > . "nof_utils.inc.php"); $nof_resources->addFile($nof_langFile); ?>
    >
    > But again, if I publish this to my actual server and try to view it on
    > the internet, I get nothing.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Daryl Rose
    >
    >
    >
    > "Daryl Rose" <rosede12@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:gnseb0$osv2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish
    >> the page and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the
    >> page source, I get the following error:
    >>
    >> <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    >>
    >> This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but
    >> its turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.
    >>
    >> Thanks.
    >>
    >> Daryl Rose

    >


  6. #6
    LBA
    Guest

    Default Re: Adding a login component

    It looks like you are using PHP code to handle the log in. Forget Local
    Publish. I presume you don't have PHP installed on your computer,
    therefore, your computer does not have the capacity to execute the PHP
    log in code. You can install PHP on your computer ... some people find
    that easy and some prefer not to do so... but you can also just upload
    your pages to the web hosting server and test it there. For the moment,
    that's probably your best bet. In the long run, you can explore
    installing PHP locally.

    Laurence


    Daryl Rose wrote:
    > I'm still trying to figure this out. I can view the page if I do a
    > local publish, but only if I double click on the page. I try to open
    > it as I normally would from the menu of my site, I get nothing.
    >
    > When I double click on the page at the top I get:
    >
    > "The components required for suite login are not published. Please
    > check your publish settings in Fusion and republish the site."
    >
    > To the best of my knowledge, everything has been published.
    >
    > I also get this snippet of code:
    >
    > "; } else { echo "
    >
    > An error occured. Please contact the site administrator
    >
    > Error code: 103
    > "; } exit(); } require_once($nof_rootDir . "/" . $nof_scriptDir . "/"
    > . "nof_utils.inc.php"); $nof_resources->addFile($nof_langFile); ?>
    >
    > But again, if I publish this to my actual server and try to view it on
    > the internet, I get nothing.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Daryl Rose
    >
    >
    >
    > "Daryl Rose" <rosede12@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:gnseb0$osv2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish
    >> the page and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the
    >> page source, I get the following error:
    >>
    >> <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    >>
    >> This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but
    >> its turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.
    >>
    >> Thanks.
    >>
    >> Daryl Rose

    >


  7. #7
    LBA
    Guest

    Default Re: Adding a login component

    It looks like you are using PHP code to handle the log in. Forget Local
    Publish. I presume you don't have PHP installed on your computer,
    therefore, your computer does not have the capacity to execute the PHP
    log in code. You can install PHP on your computer ... some people find
    that easy and some prefer not to do so... but you can also just upload
    your pages to the web hosting server and test it there. For the moment,
    that's probably your best bet. In the long run, you can explore
    installing PHP locally.

    Laurence


    Daryl Rose wrote:
    > I'm still trying to figure this out. I can view the page if I do a
    > local publish, but only if I double click on the page. I try to open
    > it as I normally would from the menu of my site, I get nothing.
    >
    > When I double click on the page at the top I get:
    >
    > "The components required for suite login are not published. Please
    > check your publish settings in Fusion and republish the site."
    >
    > To the best of my knowledge, everything has been published.
    >
    > I also get this snippet of code:
    >
    > "; } else { echo "
    >
    > An error occured. Please contact the site administrator
    >
    > Error code: 103
    > "; } exit(); } require_once($nof_rootDir . "/" . $nof_scriptDir . "/"
    > . "nof_utils.inc.php"); $nof_resources->addFile($nof_langFile); ?>
    >
    > But again, if I publish this to my actual server and try to view it on
    > the internet, I get nothing.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Daryl Rose
    >
    >
    >
    > "Daryl Rose" <rosede12@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:gnseb0$osv2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish
    >> the page and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the
    >> page source, I get the following error:
    >>
    >> <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    >>
    >> This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but
    >> its turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.
    >>
    >> Thanks.
    >>
    >> Daryl Rose

    >


  8. #8
    LBA
    Guest

    Default Re: Adding a login component

    It looks like you are using PHP code to handle the log in. Forget Local
    Publish. I presume you don't have PHP installed on your computer,
    therefore, your computer does not have the capacity to execute the PHP
    log in code. You can install PHP on your computer ... some people find
    that easy and some prefer not to do so... but you can also just upload
    your pages to the web hosting server and test it there. For the moment,
    that's probably your best bet. In the long run, you can explore
    installing PHP locally.

    Laurence


    Daryl Rose wrote:
    > I'm still trying to figure this out. I can view the page if I do a
    > local publish, but only if I double click on the page. I try to open
    > it as I normally would from the menu of my site, I get nothing.
    >
    > When I double click on the page at the top I get:
    >
    > "The components required for suite login are not published. Please
    > check your publish settings in Fusion and republish the site."
    >
    > To the best of my knowledge, everything has been published.
    >
    > I also get this snippet of code:
    >
    > "; } else { echo "
    >
    > An error occured. Please contact the site administrator
    >
    > Error code: 103
    > "; } exit(); } require_once($nof_rootDir . "/" . $nof_scriptDir . "/"
    > . "nof_utils.inc.php"); $nof_resources->addFile($nof_langFile); ?>
    >
    > But again, if I publish this to my actual server and try to view it on
    > the internet, I get nothing.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Daryl Rose
    >
    >
    >
    > "Daryl Rose" <rosede12@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:gnseb0$osv2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish
    >> the page and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the
    >> page source, I get the following error:
    >>
    >> <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    >>
    >> This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but
    >> its turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.
    >>
    >> Thanks.
    >>
    >> Daryl Rose

    >


  9. #9
    LBA
    Guest

    Default Re: Adding a login component

    It looks like you are using PHP code to handle the log in. Forget Local
    Publish. I presume you don't have PHP installed on your computer,
    therefore, your computer does not have the capacity to execute the PHP
    log in code. You can install PHP on your computer ... some people find
    that easy and some prefer not to do so... but you can also just upload
    your pages to the web hosting server and test it there. For the moment,
    that's probably your best bet. In the long run, you can explore
    installing PHP locally.

    Laurence


    Daryl Rose wrote:
    > I'm still trying to figure this out. I can view the page if I do a
    > local publish, but only if I double click on the page. I try to open
    > it as I normally would from the menu of my site, I get nothing.
    >
    > When I double click on the page at the top I get:
    >
    > "The components required for suite login are not published. Please
    > check your publish settings in Fusion and republish the site."
    >
    > To the best of my knowledge, everything has been published.
    >
    > I also get this snippet of code:
    >
    > "; } else { echo "
    >
    > An error occured. Please contact the site administrator
    >
    > Error code: 103
    > "; } exit(); } require_once($nof_rootDir . "/" . $nof_scriptDir . "/"
    > . "nof_utils.inc.php"); $nof_resources->addFile($nof_langFile); ?>
    >
    > But again, if I publish this to my actual server and try to view it on
    > the internet, I get nothing.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Daryl Rose
    >
    >
    >
    > "Daryl Rose" <rosede12@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:gnseb0$osv2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish
    >> the page and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the
    >> page source, I get the following error:
    >>
    >> <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    >>
    >> This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but
    >> its turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.
    >>
    >> Thanks.
    >>
    >> Daryl Rose

    >


  10. #10
    Daryl Rose
    Guest

    Default Re: Adding a login component

    Laurence,

    Perhaps I didn't explain myself well enough. I was originally testing on
    my web server. I've been publishing to a sub-directory and that is where I
    get the 500 server error. I was doing some trouble shooting on my local
    machine, that is why I was publishing locally.

    Now, with all of that said, I think that the issue lies within the web
    server itself. Something must not be configured correctly, but I just
    haven't been able to identify it yet.

    The biggest issue that I have with NOF, is the testing. I don't want to
    publish my development and changes to the web server and ruin the current
    site. I guess what I will have to do is put together a dev/test server here
    at home, publish to that so I can check the changes and tweak them. Then,
    once they're the way I want, I'll them publish them live.

    Thanks

    Daryl Rose


    "LBA" <webdesigns@no2spamabramsnet.com> wrote in message
    news:49A2CB06.2000100@no2spamabramsnet.com...
    > It looks like you are using PHP code to handle the log in. Forget Local
    > Publish. I presume you don't have PHP installed on your computer,
    > therefore, your computer does not have the capacity to execute the PHP log
    > in code. You can install PHP on your computer ... some people find that
    > easy and some prefer not to do so... but you can also just upload your
    > pages to the web hosting server and test it there. For the moment, that's
    > probably your best bet. In the long run, you can explore installing PHP
    > locally.
    >
    > Laurence
    >
    >
    > Daryl Rose wrote:
    >> I'm still trying to figure this out. I can view the page if I do a local
    >> publish, but only if I double click on the page. I try to open it as I
    >> normally would from the menu of my site, I get nothing.
    >>
    >> When I double click on the page at the top I get:
    >>
    >> "The components required for suite login are not published. Please check
    >> your publish settings in Fusion and republish the site."
    >>
    >> To the best of my knowledge, everything has been published.
    >>
    >> I also get this snippet of code:
    >>
    >> "; } else { echo "
    >>
    >> An error occured. Please contact the site administrator
    >>
    >> Error code: 103
    >> "; } exit(); } require_once($nof_rootDir . "/" . $nof_scriptDir . "/" .
    >> "nof_utils.inc.php"); $nof_resources->addFile($nof_langFile); ?>
    >>
    >> But again, if I publish this to my actual server and try to view it on
    >> the internet, I get nothing.
    >>
    >> Thanks
    >>
    >> Daryl Rose
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> "Daryl Rose" <rosede12@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >> news:gnseb0$osv2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >>> I am trying to add a login component to a page, but when I publish the
    >>> page and try to view it, I only get a blank page. If I view the page
    >>> source, I get the following error:
    >>>
    >>> <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    >>>
    >>> This looks straight forward, and I think that it should be easy, but its
    >>> turning out harder that what I originally thought that it should.
    >>>
    >>> Thanks.
    >>>
    >>> Daryl Rose

    >>



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