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Contact Form with automatic newsletter subscription

Occasional Participant

Here's the information I was

Here's the information I was able to retrieve:



PHP Version 5.2.11

cURL support: enabled

cURL Information: libcurl/7.19.5 OpenSSL/0.9.8l zlib/1.2.3 libidn/0.6.5


Safe Mode: Off


 


Just to make sure, I downloaded the "PHP_Sample_Signup_Forms_1.0.3.zip" package again, changed the username, password and API key in the cc_class.php file, reuploaded all of the files, and the files are still generating these errors:


 


Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in add_contact.php  on line 1

Fatal error: Call to undefined function phpinclude_once() in simple_form.php  on line 1


 


The only link that does not generate an error is "List all contacts."

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CTCT Employee

It looks like you may have

It looks like you may have accidentally removed the space or line break between the initial <?php tag and the first function include_once() on the add_contact page. As a result, the script thinks that you are trying to call an undefined function entitled phpinclude_once().


 


Please make sure that the script starts with <?php and that the initial function is on a new line.

Dan H

Support Engineer, Constant Contact

Occasional Participant

As I stated in my previous

As I stated in my previous post, I did not made any changes to these files other than adding the API key, username and password to cc_class.php. The first 3 lines of simple_form.php file are as follows:


 


<?php

include_once('cc_class.php');

$ccOBJ = new ConstantContact();


 


I just now added an additional line break after <?php and now the page loads without generating an error.


 


Thanks for your help.