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Ulises Aguilera
Ulises Aguilera Jan 7 '17
I mean that I guess was some code I write in a custom html box,
one of the two was an iframe and other was a tabel with images.

So evrething was go to the right page...

And I can´t remember the steps to debug the site, it was something like go to control panel, then php admin, then something... I can just remeber that I saw teh title of the custom html box and I did delete it. Problem resolved.

Could you please tell me what to do about it?
Darryl B Leader
Darryl B Jan 7 '17
Go to CPanel then Oxwall / includes / config.php. Scroll tot he bottom of the page, and change "Debug" from "False" to "True". Click "Save" on the file. This will enable debug. When you are done don't forget to go back, and set it back to "False".
Ulises Aguilera
Ulises Aguilera Jan 14 '17
Thanks Derryl...

but after put the "debug" in "true" then what I have to do?
try to delete the code I ddi write or go to CPanel, search some code in PHP?
I did lose the path...
Darryl B Leader
Darryl B Jan 14 '17
To my understanding setting debug to true will just help you to see if there are errors when you do an action on you site. If you are having a problem when you do something. You could enable debug, and repeat the action to see if you get any errors. Always set debug back to false when you are done. I've never had to use it, so I can't give you much more info.