Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by Tom Servo, Oct 8, 2011.
I uploaded the file to my root. My host ensured me JSON is enables. What's the problem? Thanks.
I am using Vanilla 2.0 and the url is http://veggiethreads.net/ which is also the directory I uploaded postloop.php to.
I have looked at this for a while, and I unfortunately can't figure out why it's not working. I'm able to confirm that it doesn't work, but I can't figure out why
I just tried it on another forum: http://freelancewritingforum.com/ and it did not work. This is very frustrating because i have several forums I want to submit to Poostloop but they're all on the same server using Vanilla 2.0. Can we please try to resolve this?
I have tried, and I can't figure it out.
We've had over 1,000 sites submitted to Postloop. Every now and then, probably about 5 in total, we come across one that can't be submitted and we never figure out why. You've fallen in that category
when i go to the file directly in my browser: http://freelancewritingforum.com/postloop.php It just says, "false." I'm not sure what these means exactly. Does that mean there's a problem with the PHP file?
No, that doesn't mean anything.
Okay, I believed I solved it. I have two servers, both with godaddy. I noticed one is "wordpress" hosting and the other is "linux" deluxe. So, I built a scrap forum quickly on the Linux deluxe server using Vanilla, just to see if it would validate and it did. So, for whatever reason, if you're using godaddy's wordpress hosting package, postloop.php can't verify forums.
Ryan, I disabled the dummy site I submitted. Not sure how to delete it, though. I think you have to do that.
Interesting...I wonder what the difference is between the 2 hosting plans.
I personally don't recommend GoDaddy for hosting, but if it works for you
honestly, i thought the wordpress thing was just a gimmick, but i guess it makes a difference. Not sure how.
Well, it seems that I am back to square one. The server I moved to was having all sorts of database problems. Tech support told me it had an old configuration and that they would migrate me to a newer server. Now, the postloop.php file can't be seen again.
The server is running PHP 5.2. and the hosting configuration is 2.2, if that means anything. I am determined to make this work!
I'm sorry, but I honestly cannot support these phantom issues.
As I said earlier, I do not recommend GoDaddy as a host. That is likely the source of your problem and will also likely be the source of many future problems, outside of Postloop.
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