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  1. billblood

    SEO Assistant

    Also had to change permission on link popularity file....Maybe these files should have their permissions set differently in the download?? Is there a reason they aren't group readable?
  2. billblood

    SEO Assistant

    OK....I figured it was something really simple... I had to change the permissions of the seo_assistant.php file to allow read permissions from my server. I have never had a permission problem with other contribs....Maybe you set your ownership to apache...I didn't install that way so I had to allow group read permissions to the file..... Anyway.....Thanks for jogging my brain with the server side tip. and thanks for the great contrib! Bill
  3. billblood

    SEO Assistant

    I am my own host....What do you think is causing the server to block this script and not the rest of them??
  4. billblood

    SEO Assistant

    Ok...Add me to the list of fat fingered contrib customers....I have read thru the forum and re-installed the files, double checked the cut and paste mods and I still get a clean white page when I click the SEO assistant link on the side block from admin--->tools. Here is the only output from my server logs: PHP Warning: Unknown(/path/to/osc/admin/seo_assistant.php): failed to open stream: Permission denied in Unknown on line 0, referer: http://www.mywebsite.com/admin/whos_online.php [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] PHP Warning: (null)(): Failed opening '/path/to/osc/catalog/admin/seo_assistant.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/share/pear') in Unknown on line 0, referer: http://www.mywebsite.com/admin/whos_online.php I posted the cut and paste changes with Quanta, which usually catches typos...Anyway, Does this PHP warning mean anything?? I think it may be an unrelated warning but I need someplace to start. I tried replacing the entire seo_assistant.php file with a simple echo'hello'; line and still, I get the same result: blank page with same PHP warning. Thanks for the great contribution! Bill
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