I just installed CCSFG (the AddUpdate version) to the root of my site. The form works correctly when I do not have the Success and Failure URLs specified. However, when I place links into those fields so that I can direct subscribers to a specific page, I get the following message after submission:
Warning: strpos() expects parameter 1 to be string, array given in /home/llpdn/public_html/CCSFG_0.0.6_addUpdate/cc_class.php on line 437
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/llpdn/public_html/CCSFG_0.0.6_addUpdate/cc_class.php:437) in/home/llpdn/public_html/CCSFG_0.0.6_addUpdate/signup/index.php on line 68
Line 68 in the index.php file refers to things having to do with the success and failure messages. I'm not a developer, so I'm not very knowledgeable about these things. What could be causing this? The URLs I'm attempting to use are Wordpress pages.
In your root directory, there should be a file called, config.php. In there you should see this:
var $success_url = ""; var $failure_url = "";
Insert the success and failure URLs between the quotes like so:
var $success_url = "http://www.mydomain.com?request=success"; var $failure_url = "http://www.mydomain.com?request=failed";
Please let us know if this resolves your issues.
The config.php is there, and I can edit it, but I cannot upload it because of a permissions issue. However, it won't allow me to update the permissions. It just reverts every time I try.
I'm sorry, I am not sure how we can be of assistance if you are unable to make the changes to the files on your server due to permissions. You may want to contact your web hosting service for additional assistance on setting file/folder permissions.
Please let us know if this works after you have proper permissions to edit the files.
i was able to login as root and adjust my permissions settings for this file. It still doesn't work correctly. I tried putting in the URLs exactly like you gave them to me, as well as with the domain replaced by my domain. I get the same message each time.
This can be caused by uploading the files in ASCII instead of binary. Could you try to upload the files to your server again, being sure to upload them in binary mode?
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