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After editing the "n" display problem osCommerce would not load in FireFox (just a blank screen) and in IE, it had a generic "The page cannot be displayed" message (http 500 - Internal server error).


What is the best way of fixing this?


I have created another store on another site for the purpose of putting an untouched index.php where I could get it and upload it over the "damaged" index.php on the real store. However, this has not helped at all.


We were about to go live tomorrow (Monday), but the annoying "n" problem had to go. Unfortunately, I would gladly have those cute little "n"'s back, just to have a store to open.


Any ideas?


Michael :blush:

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