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Firefoox not showing PHP Errors

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Hi,

I am a long time Firefox users and promoter. Due to laptop theft I had to move to a new laptop WIN 11 and Firefox is v 117.0

When developing php pages the errors won't display. The same pages display the errors in Chrome (I know that's a bad word :)).

Is there a setting that I am missing in Firefox to display errors as it did on my old laptop??

Thanks,

John

Hi, I am a long time Firefox users and promoter. Due to laptop theft I had to move to a new laptop WIN 11 and Firefox is v 117.0 When developing php pages the errors won't display. The same pages display the errors in Chrome (I know that's a bad word :)). Is there a setting that I am missing in Firefox to display errors as it did on my old laptop?? Thanks, John

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What kind of PHP errors are you referring to? die() responses, http_response_code() calls, a custom error page renderer, etc.?

And what does Firefox display instead?

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Firefox doesn't know about PHP code, the web server needs to process the PHP code and send the resulting HTML code to the Firefox browser.

You may need to add a php directive at the top of the pages to instruct the server to send the pages as text/html.

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Sorry about the typo in Firefox...result of too long of a day.

PHP can print errors to the page as text.

It simply lists the error created (if any) from the page based on the PHP settings to display errors.

As noted before Firefox on my old laptop WIN 10 and current versions of Firefox (It was on auto update) displayed as PHP instructs the html output.

This version simply has a blank white page.

Chrome does but not FireFox. I was assuming that it is a settings somewhere on FireFox...developer section??

What do you think?

Thanks to all

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Can you attach screenshots of what Chrome shows vs what Firefox shows?

Also, it might be helpful to press F12 (developer tools) before loading the error page to see what HTTP status code (#5 in attachment) and content (#6 in attachment) are being returned.

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Thanks again, here are screen shots for both Firefox and Chrome. They are named accordingly.

You can see the PHP generated error.

The F12 dev tools shows nothing that is actionable. Just in case it something obvious that I am doing wrong...I am sure it is a setting somewhere on this new laptop.

I attached that as well.

Thanks again for taking time to review this. I truly appreciate it.

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Thanks again to all, I have figured it out...it was a setting in PHP. Again due to the new install.

Thanks for your time.

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