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I have a set of pages generated from a database.
They all work fine and the way they are ment to in FireFox (and several other broswers like opera). However they do not work in IE. I get a 404 Not found error.
Instead of getting this one question answered it might be better for the forum if we explore ways to find and fix errors like this in PHP.
So with an error like this what is the best way to find out what it is so that I can fix it?
Hope this helps
Thanks for you reply - your name sounds oh so Glaswegian!
Anyway, I changed one of my page names to all lower case but there was no change still the same error.
Is there something in the code that I could add in that would bring me back an error so that I would know how to fix it?
I mean, I have no idea about these things!
Now, that is indeed fishy. Does your code use header() for any reason? For example, on inventory database pages, I use header("HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found") to generate an error when an item is no longer available, so that search engines will drop the page.
Does your code use header() for any reason?
Just an update to this saga, yes I do however I took them all out and still got the same error. So im stuck!
I switched off "show friendly http errors" and the page worked in IE, So what does this tell us?