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Old 10-07-2011, 07:09 PM
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INLINE SEO NEED HELP IN ENGLISH


WOULD SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME EXACTLY WHAT TO DO ON A BASIC HTML WEBSITE FOR THE INLINE SEO WITHOUT TELLING ME TO GO LOOK AT THE KNOWLEDGE BASE LINK WHICH DOES NOTHING FOR ME AS I HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING AND THEY WANT $35 PER HOUR AND LEAVE INSTRUCTIONS TO BE VERY LITTLE.

WHAT IS THE SECRET HERE?????????

CANNOT GET IT TO WORK AT ALL IN ANY TESTS.

http://llmccompany.com/shop2.php
http://llmccompany.com/shop3.php
http://llmccompany.com/shop4.php
http://llmccompany.com/shop5.php

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Old 10-07-2011, 07:42 PM
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Okay, I want to know why the knowledge base does not tell us to put in the
<?php

and the

?>

coding before and after their example telling us what to do? I just wasted the whole day fighting with code.
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Also, I cannot get the absolute URL to work and keep getting this garbage:

Warning: include() [function.include]: URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration in /home/content/93/8324193/html/example/example4.php on line 2

Warning: include(http://llmccompany.com/ecwid_catalog/ecwid_catalog.php) [function.include]: failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in /home/content/93/8324193/html/example/example4.php on line 2

Warning: include() [function.include]: Failed opening 'http://llmccompany.com/ecwid_catalog/ecwid_catalog.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/php5/lib/php') in /home/content/93/8324193/html/example/example4.php on line 2

Fatal error: Call to undefined function show_ecwid() in /home/content/93/8324193/html/example/example4.php on line 5
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One more question.
My actual shop cart is at /cart.htm

am I supposed to delete that regular coding and replace it with the PHP coding or am I supposed to be making a totally separate page that doesn't get linked to from anywhere in my website? Because what happens to the grid directions of how many rows and columns I want if I delete that code on cart.htm?
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Old 10-07-2011, 07:45 PM
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One more question.

If this ever gets installed right, what are we supposed to do with it after the fact? I don't see anything about inline SEO and just something that looks like the mobile cart.

Is there a next step? How do I link to this secondary web page or is it (like I've asked above) supposed to replace my cart.htm?
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Still need help
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Hello.

Sorry that the KB article on installing Inline SEO to a PHP site was not informative for you. Yes, you need to place the PHP code inside the <?php ?> construct, and the file must have '.php' extension - this is common to all PHP scripts, and in our article it is only implied by the words "these steps require some PHP knowledge". We will consider enhancing our article.

The error with include you get is caused by the fact that the file you try to include is referenced by URL (http://llmccompany.com/ecwid_catalog/ecwid_catalog.php - the underlined part tells your server that it is a URL), but including files by URL is disabled by your hosting platform. To fix that, you need to refer to the ecwid_catalog.php inside the include() by its file path (preferably absolute file path inside the filesystem of your server), not by URL. You can contact your web hosting to find out the exact absolute file path of 'ecwid_catalog.php' file in your server's filesystem.

And yes, according to our article, you are supposed to replace the existing Ecwid integration in your store page with the code of Inline SEO - the store integration codes will be inserted automatically.

Since you have your store inside the cart.htm file, please, don't forget also to rename it to cart.php - this way the PHP codes will be processed and the inline SEO catalog will work, whereas in .htm file you just won't see anything or will only see the same sourcecode in the browser but not your Ecwid store or Inline SEO. If you insert the Inline SEO code into the file and make sure that file has .php extension, then you will have your full Ecwid store AND inline SEO catalog inside that page at the same time and don't need to link one to another.
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