I seem to be having some issues with CCSFG. I installed it where it was described to be placed in the documentation,
and our server is running PHP 5.2, so I don't think its a compliance or compatibility issue. Also, this is a fresh install
of the file. If someone could please help me out, It would be much appreciated.
I've just downloaded and installed the CCSFG again without any errors in header.php on line 1, so I do not believe we're looking at a coding issue. We have seen this issue occur when the folder is uploaded to a web server by an FTP client using the transfer type "ASCII". When this is switched to "Binary", this typically is resolved. You can find a very similar post here where a customer runs through almost the same thing.
Please let me know if this resolves your issue, or if you have any other questions/concerns. Thanks.
Thanks David J!
I was having the same issue & that resolved the problem. It appears that CC hasn't updated their documenation for this yet. Thank goodness for "googling"! :smileywink:
I just gave that a try, with the same error message. I uploaded with FileZilla, switched to Binary transfer,
but to no avail. If you have any other ideas, I would really appreciate them.
Uploading the ASCII transfer type is the only thing I have seen cause this error. I've been able to use the CCSFG without an issue and I've not heard any other reports of this, so I do not think there is anything wrong with the files. I know that the default transfer type for FileZilla is ASCII, and it will only work if manually switched to binary. I would recommend deleteing these files off of your server, and attempting to upload a brand new CCSFG again without opening or making any modifications after you've extracted it.
You could try to download another FTP client and see if that resolves your issue, but as it's not something I am able to replicate I am not really able to offer other suggestions.
I have had the same problem with 0.0.6, and I use WS_FTP. I also changed the transfer type to Binary, with no success. No difference with ASCII.
Any other ideas? Here's the code in question on line 1:
<?php$ccConfigOBJ = new CC_Config();$login = $ccConfigOBJ->login;$contact_lists = $ccConfigOBJ->
Are you receiving the exact same error message, ie:
"Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_VARIABLE in /home/content/86/7349686/html/CCSFG_x.x.x/setup/header.php on line 1"
If so, the improper upload method is the only cause I am aware of. However, if you are receiving a slightly different error message, this could be due to not having the cURL extension enabled, or to having an older version of php.
Is what I pasted above the error you are receiving?
It appears to be working now, so the Binary upload was successful. Perhaps the hosting server took some time to process.
Maybe an updated version of the Documentation can include a mention of the upload settings.
Thanks again, Ned