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"I need the full server path to your site, and Iím not sure Yahoo is going to give that to meÖIíve dug around your account online and (not surprisingly) itís not listed. Iíve called Yahoo tech support and the guy there didnít even understand my question. Without that path, the Cart wonít install.
It should look something like this: /home/youryahooID/public_html
I doubt itís that exact line, but thatís the structure Iím looking for Ė a slash, then some directory names (one of which is probably your username), and possibly a final directory called public_html."
Anyone can help? Thanks sooo much if you can.
do you have ftp access at all to the site? or maybe is it listed somewhere in some kind of file manager?
can you use php on the site?
if so you could try uploading a page like so
I understand that there is a problem installing a shopping cart, however, I'm not exactly clear on what is going wrong with the installation. For some reason the install path isn't working correctly? Can you please elaborate a little to make it easier to understand the exact problem.
That said, some digging around suggests that $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] run through on a Yahoo! hosted site will return "/" which is rather interesting. Please post back the pattern of the absolute path once you do determine it. (Of course removing any username info.)
But, any server-side language should be able to tell you that. In PHP, I would try
I have a business merchant account with them - your account may be different. The fact that you're installing a shopping cart indicates that it is different, since all backoffice systems are provided in a merchant account.