Posts Tagged ‘ PHP ’

PHP chokes server with TEMP files – Updated and Solved

2017/08/11
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Modified: 2017/07/22
FastCGI Settings

I am running PHP on IIS 7.5.   This is a Windows 2012 Server.  Fresh clean install every time. The only way to access and delete these TEMP files are by using  a command prompt.  And this deletion procedure will run for several DAYS . . .   The Problem The story goes like this.  Fresh new instance of a Windows 2012 Server is great.  It runs fast and smooth.  But after 5 or 6 months MySQL service having hard times to start up.  And a little later – couldn’t start at all.  The only way I can make it run is to start it from a command prompt.  And finally the whole server just slows…

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ERROR: Unreadable CAPTCHA cookie – RESOLVED!

2017/08/07
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Modified: 2017/06/25
WordPress -  Unreadable CAPTCHA cookie

RESOLVED!  One of the test WordPress instances had an impossible, unpleasant and not covered on Google error message.  When user is trying to register, the CAPTCHA code is displayed properly and validation is correct, but when the button Register is press, the page would display this: ERROR: Unreadable CAPTCHA cookie I have a plugin “SI CAPTCHA Anti-Spam” installed.  The error message is from this plugin. I’ve tried changing browsers, clear cache and cookies. Nothing worked.  No luck on Internet search either.  What to do? Finally I changed one of the settings on the plugin itself.  I check an option for: Use CAPTCHA without PHP session And it worked!  The error message…

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WordPress Contact Us form – Redirecting Back to Previous Page

2017/07/14
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Modified: 2017/06/25
Contact Form - Use Messages to Redirect Back

How to implement a Contact Us form in WordPress?  This article describes how to add a very simple Contact from using WordPress 3.0.1 and two plug-in(s): – Contact Form 7 and – Really Simple CAPTCHA. Later, you can customize the contact form to your delight using HTML tags through provided user interface.  Very flexible solution and as far as I can see – it is a bug free solution. As you can see on the picture, this solution has a support for CAPTCHA image code.   CAPTCHA is an image with numbers and letters that appears above Submit button.  User is required to enter these numbers and letters into a text filed to…

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XML Parsing Error in Firefox; Cannot Display This Feed in IE

2017/04/19
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Modified: 2017/03/29
Firefox-XML-Parsing-Error

This article describes, how to fix RSS Feed error messages in WordPress. In Firefox the error is “XML Parsing Error”.  In IE you see “Internet Explorer cannot display this feed”.   Symptoms When you click on RRS link in WordPress (or bbPress), you are getting this error message (see images bellow).  The message is different depending on your browser. Firefox Internet Explorer XML Parsing Error: XML or text declaration not at start of entity  Location: http://www.domainwebcenter.com/wp-content/bbpress/rss.php?topic=29 Line Number 4, Column 1:<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>   Internet Explorer cannot display this feed  This feed contains code errors. Go back to the previous page. More information Invalid xml declaration. Line: 4 Character: 3 <?xml…

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Movng WordPress Site to a W2K8 Server and IIS7

2010/07/19
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Modified: 2011/03/15
Movng WordPress Site to a W2K8 Server and IIS7

If you like to be in control of all your servers, you would love the gentle nature of WordPress installation.  Installation includes PHP,  MySQL  and  WordPress components.  All steps can be done manually.  Instead of running install, you can just copy files and directories, and make manual configurations adjustments.  It is like labyrinth of  DLL(s) meets the non-DLL world for the first time.   Check IIS7 Installed Components Windows Server 2008 comes with IIS 7.  Windows 7  and Server 2008 R2 come with IIS 7.5. Check that CGI is installed under IIS Roles (Windows Features).   Installing PHP Download and install latest PHP. Warning 1: Pick “nts” (non-thread-safe) package, if you are…

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