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hmmm...another newbie question


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I have so far figured out every problem I have had through reading in the forum. Everyone here has been very helpful and friendly, especially Linda. Here is my dumb newbie question, where the fictional page stuff was I now have TEXT_MAIN. Please explain to a confused designer how to fix this.


If at first you do not succeed, skydiving is not for you!

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There once was a definition ...


define('TEXT_MAIN','blah, blah, blah');

And you somehow killed it ... :shock:


It was located in your /includes/languages/english/default.php file.


When removing a definition, don't really remove it just change it to:




Unless you remove all references to it in the code. :D

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Flick of the mouse, eh?


Usually that is a common reason ... or the mysterious case of the extra keystroke ...


Accidentally enter an extra < in a file of 1200+ lines of code that shows up in the top of your screen ... :shock:


That's a lovely one to find in php/html mixed file.


Search #538 finally found that one ... what can I say ... I count when bored ... 8)

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I have the same problem, rooted around in


/includes/languages/english/default.php file.


but can't see where to put back line of code




Where in the list should this go, what line?



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The definition belongs anywhere in /includes/languages/english/default.php


Or any of the other languages ...


If you want it back where it was, try line 13 :shock:

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