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wynney666

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Hello, Help Needed Please..

 

everytime i try and place an order on OSC i get this error message once ive clicked the cehckout button..

 

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/www/modclotAU/catalog/includes/application_top.php:516) in /home/www/modclotAU/catalog/includes/functions/general.php on line 29

 

the url that is displayed when this message is up is

 

 

ive tried altering the delivery options to see if that has a variation, but it doesnt.

 

the order systme was fine, during testing, when prices were ?00.00, now the actuall products are on, with prices this is what happens.

 

why is this??

 

Thankyou Dan

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Hello, Help Needed Please..

 

everytime i try and place an order on OSC i get this error message once ive clicked the cehckout button..

the url that is displayed when this message is up is

ive tried altering the delivery options to see if that has a variation, but it doesnt.

 

the order systme was fine, during testing, when prices were ?00.00, now the actuall products are on, with prices this is what happens.

 

why is this??

 

Thankyou Dan

 

 

Try going to includes/application_top.php and commenting out line 516, or whatever line calls the function.

EG:

If you're not sure what function is being called, or what it looks like, look at line 29 of general.php, and you will see it.

 

to comment out a line, add // before it.

 

eg.

 

// <require blahblah.php>

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Try going to includes/application_top.php and commenting out line 516, or whatever line calls the function.

EG:

If you're not sure what function is being called, or what it looks like, look at line 29 of general.php, and you will see it.

 

to comment out a line, add // before it.

 

eg.

 

// <require blahblah.php>

 

 

thankyou very much, it now appears to be done, i belive it was down to spaces at the end of the page..

so cheers for all help peoples

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