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  1. Thanks. The .htaccess file is actually a text file (weird?) but I input the piece without any results. However, the other option of changing the CHMOD did it. I also edited the configuration file in the FTP client where necessary.
  2. Some time ago, I set up Joomla so I could learn it and hopefully admin if needed. Lately I'm getting emails about users registering and there shouldn't be. I've noticed that in the global configuration it says that the register_globals is set to On instead of Off and that it's not recommended. I hadn't been able to find out how to have it changed. Today I tried to turn off the option to allow users to register and the change will not stick. I notice the message of "configuration.php is : Unwriteable" at the top and when trying to save the change, there's a message of "An Error Has Occurred! Unable to open config file to write!" Where or how do I get these things changed? It's ridiculous to not even be able to turn off the ability of anyone coming in (and it's probably not even a real person) and register. None of the options on the global configuration page is editable. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. As with the other domain and accounts I've set up here at TCH, this is the first time I've run into this error and can't figure out how to fix. I need to figure it out before setting up the client's accounts as this would not look good. When connecting through Outlook, my account at RPPSOA.com pops up an error titled Internet Security Warning. The message says, "The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that cannot be verified. The target principal name is incorrect. Do you want to continue using this server?" How do I get around this? My other accounts and domains don't do this. I've played with the different post numbers based on other threads here, but either the error remains, or it doesn't connect. Any help would be appreciated. Jim
  4. Ok, maybe I spoke too soon. When using it on two sites that are in subdomains under my site for testing purposes, they work great. However, when I installed it for my own site, I keep getting the Server Error page. Any thoughts? Anyone? Bueller?
  5. Not to revive an old dead thread, but now that I'm doing sites again, I couldn't figure out why when testing a form, I couldn't get it to work. After hours of trying different things, researching, I ended up here. I tried the suggestion of the txt file and POSTing to that, but couldn't get it to work for the life of me. Thankfully, the PHP solution worked right out of the box, so to speak. Big thanks. I've more sites to update now, but at least I know they'll work. Thanks guys and gals.
  6. I've been reading a couple of threads about the filtering. Excuse me ignorance, but is the fact I get 70+ spam mails a day to any address with my domain, the same issue that everyone else is having? I mean anything with my domain attached gets through. If not, any words of advice on this? Thanks Jim
  7. Thanks. It looks like the shared is the way to go. Even though I'm just trying out right now, i may want to create a project that I may take on for myself. If so, I'm definitely going to try that. Thanks for the redirection help!
  8. Hey all, I just now (well a couple of days ago) saw the "Fantastico" icon in the cPanel. Low and behold, there's things in there that potential clients are asking about. So I thought, what a perfect tool to learn how to admin these sites before. So, when I go to the admin page for the osCommerce store, there's a message at the bottom that says, "You are not protected by a secure SSL connection." I can't find any documentation on how to secure it. At least, the sign up page and any pages that would be interpreted as potential hacking. Thanks everyone.
  9. Thanks, I'll try that, I just hate to bother support guys and gals for little stuff.
  10. So, what have I done wrong? I attached the screen shot of the domain manager. The forward to address is correct. Any thoughts as to why it's not forwarding?
  11. Thanks, the info in the three server text boxes, look different from when the names were purchased. As of now, they still don't forward.
  12. So, I know that it hasn't been 24 hours, but just in case, I thought I'd ask. The names were purchased and parked. Then, while trying to get the names going to this site, I went to them (the other hosting company) and got the information as to what DNS information to put in my domain manager. I did it, researched it, and now realize that it's more frugal to go throught TCH (duh!) and purchase the forwarding credits. I did that, but I had changed the DNS info. I changed them to the "Default Parked Name Servers." Is this correct? thanks Jim
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    FWIW, the times I've tried to set up a cart on my own account, I could never log in after it was set up. Curious to see how this turns out.
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