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Hi There, I'm following the oop cms tutorial and am trying to get the login/logout working before I go any further.

 

The error I get is

'Fatal error: Call to undefined function getAlerts() in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/login/views/v_login.php on line 16'

 

Line 16 of v_login is:

 

<?php
				$alerts = $this->getAlerts();
				if ($alerts != '') { echo '<ul class="alerts">' . $alerts . '</ul>'; }
			?>

 

In the m_templates file the getAlerts function had alerts as alert, so I changed that and the error msg in netbeans went away, but my browser is still giving me the error.

 

Curious if anyone has run into this.

 

Jessica

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I'm pretty sure you've mistyped something in your code, since I know quite a few people have done this course and not had any issues. Can you post the code you have within m_templates.php so I can take a look?

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here is the m_templates - and thanks for the speedy reply!

<?php

/*
Template Class
Handles all templating tasks - displaying templates, alerts & errors
*/

class Template
{
private $data;
private $alertTypes;

/*
	Construtor
*/
function __construct() {}

/*
	Functions
*/
function load($url)
{
	include($url);
}

function redirect($url)
{
	header("Location: $url");
}

/*
	Get / Set Data
*/
function setData($name, $value)
{
	$this->data[$name] = htmlentities($value, ENT_QUOTES);
}

function getData($name)
{
	if (isset($this->data[$name]))
	{
		return $this->data[$name];
	}
	else
	{
		return '';
	}
}

/*
	Get / Set Alerts
*/
function setAlertTypes($types)
{
	$this->alertTypes = $types;
}
function setAlert($value, $type = null)
{
	if ($type == '') { $type = $this->alertTypes[0]; }
	$_SESSION[$type][] = $value;
}
function getAlerts()
{
	$data = '';
	foreach($this->alertTypes as $alerts)
	{			
		if (isset($_SESSION[$alerts]))
		{
			foreach($_SESSION[$alerts] as $value)
			{
				$data .= '<li class="'. $alerts .'">' . $value . '</li>';
			}
			unset($_SESSION[$alerts]);
		}
	}
	return $data;
}
}

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How is "v_login.php" being loaded? Through the template object's load() function, right? It might just be faster for you to zip your files up and email them to me (ben@killersites.com) and I can take a look.

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