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edited September 2005 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Any ideas why i get this error? All i'm trying to do is <? echo "moo"; ?>


  • In what context are you getting the error? Have you got short tags turned on for PHP? Generally that is bad practice anyway so the opening tag should be <?php
  • I get the error on any page using php. Thats all it outputs.
  • lechlech Chicagoland
    what jaseone said, try this without short tagging mini <?php echo 'moo'; ?> then again phpinfo(); as well might help.
  • i tried without short tags and phpinfo wont work cause its just not parsing anything whatsoever.
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