I have checked my PHP ini file (
display_errors is set and also error reporting is
I have restarted my Apache webserver.
I have even put these lines at the top of my script, and it doesn't even catch simple parse errors. For example, I declare variables with a
"$" and I don't close statements
";". But all my scripts show a blank page on these errors, but I want to actually see the errors in my browser output.
error_reporting(E_ALL); ini_set('display_errors', 1);
What is left to do?
This Always Works For Me:
ini_set('display_errors', '1'); Ini_set('display_startup_errors', '1'); Error_reporting(E_ALL);
However, This Doesn't Make PHP Show Parse Errors - The Only Way To Show Those Errors Is To Modify Your Php.ini With This Line:
display_errors = On
(if You Don't Have Access To
php.ini, Then Putting This Line In
.htaccess Might Work Too):
php_flag Display_errors 1
answered Nov 26