Notice: Undefined index
This error appears when you call a variable that has not been declared: it can be a bug or a wrong modification.
Notice: Undefined index varname in /home/yoursite/public_html/vqmod/vqcache/somestring.php on line xxx
That's a typical message displayed when vQmod™ is not installed, not installed correctly or not working (you'll read vqmod/vqcache in the path).
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work using vQmod™, an override system designed to avoid having to change core files.
PHP Notice: Undefined variable: product_id in /path/public_html/catalog/controller/module/name of the module.php on line 149
That's a typical message displayed if you installed an extension with a bug.
Here are the steps you can follow:
- If you get this error after you installed an extension, disable it and contant its developer.
- If the error refers to vqmod/vqcache/:
- Check if You installed vQmod™ (read your User Guide, Chapter Installing vQmod on OpenCart and copying xml files).
- Check if vqmod folder and the vqmod/vqcache folders are writable (either 755 or 777).
Also be sure index.php and admin/index.php are writable.
If You are not sure which You need, first try 755. If You get errors about permissions, try 777.
- Check if You uploaded xml files from your local folder-theme/vqmod/xml to root (www or Public_html) /vqmod/xml/
You can browse vQmod Official Thread
to read more.
Help Topics: Support | Last updated
23 Apr 2014