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blabus says

So yeah, I’m working on version 2 of my 5byfive cover search engine, and I’ve basically done a complete redesign and rewrite of the code. However, I’m having a problem getting my PHP proxy to work. Right now I’m using a simple PHP proxy script to grab the HTML from Google’s image result page, and parse it to find the first image result (I can’t use the image search API because it doesn’t offer the parameters that I need to use). I know that the PHP script works in some way, because I’ve used it to grab XML data across domains, so I also assume that since I’m trying to grab HTML that’s what’s causing the error.

So anyway, here is the site so you can see: http://www.5byfive.net/beta/index.html

Just type something into the textbox, and it will come up with the error that’s returned (I’ve placed the HTML into a file so you can see what it actually looks like here: http://www.5byfive.net/beta/error.html ).

Now, I’ve tried searching for info on the web, but unfortunately I basically know nothing about PHP , so I really don’t know how to fix it, and was wondering if anyone here could lend any info or help.

Thanks!

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CreativeMilk says

i’am half a sleep but you have to open your php ini file and change the save mode setting?

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blabus says
i’am half a sleep but you have to open your php ini file and change the save mode setting?

See, unfortunately I have no idea what a PHP ini file is, or how to edit one (like I said, total noob) :)

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CreativeMilk says
i’am half a sleep but you have to open your php ini file and change the save mode setting?
See, unfortunately I have no idea what a PHP ini file is, or how to edit one (like I said, total noob) :)

hmm the best way is to ask your hosting company about this, there is a change that you cant edit the php ini.

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