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    Default Removing Errors from our site - /includes/templates/classic/css/none

    As the title says - we've been trawling through our servers error logs and we seem to get a lot of error hits for the file [our address]/includes/templates/classic/css/none

    There is no "none" file in that folder, why does this show up?

    Thanks in advance for your input

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    Default Error hits = /includes/templates/classic/css/none WHY???

    I posted this first in the "other" section which was probably wrong.

    As the title says - we've been trawling through our servers error logs and we seem to get a lot of error hits for the file [our address]/includes/templates/classic/css/none

    There is no "none" file in that folder, why does this show up?

    Thanks in advance for your input

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    Default Re: Error hits = /includes/templates/classic/css/none WHY???

    Is the ip address your own or someone elses ? Does it have a referrer ?

    There are two class files that could refere to a "non"

    admin/includes/classes/phplot.php (which would be you)

    includes/classes/shopping_cart.php

    which has something to do with file uploads.

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    Default Re: Error hits = /includes/templates/classic/css/none WHY???

    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    There are two class files that could refere to a "non"

    admin/includes/classes/phplot.php (which would be you)

    includes/classes/shopping_cart.php

    which has something to do with file uploads.
    Neither of those is relevant to stylesheets.
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    Default Re: Error hits = /includes/templates/classic/css/none WHY???

    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    Neither of those is relevant to stylesheets.
    I know, but they do reference directory structure and "none" (not non), in shopping_cart we have

    $_POST[UPLOAD_PREFIX . $i]] != 'none'

    and in upload.php we also have

    ( zen_not_null($file['tmp_name']) && ($file['tmp_name'] != 'none') && is_uploaded_file($file['tmp_name']) )

    and me being the paranoid type, I've looked at the stylesheet section and there appears to be no "none" sub-directory reference anywhere, but there could be some experimentation going on with trying to set the UPLOAD_PREFIX or file['tmp_name'], I can't find any other explanation unless someone has built a theme that references "none" in the classic template which sounds more far fetched.

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    Default Re: Error hits = /includes/templates/classic/css/none WHY???

    Are you hosted on a Windows Server? I think that is the Windows way of reporting an error; i.e. none - instead of file not found.

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    Default Re: Error hits = /includes/templates/classic/css/none WHY???

    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    I know, ...

    ... sounds more far fetched.
    Quite far fetched.

    And, if you know that your answer is irrelevant, don't post it.
    There's no point sending the person on a wild goose chase looking in a completely irrelevant place.
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