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I get this message when I submit a new post:

Warning: set_time_limit(): Cannot set time limit due to system policy in /customers/1/1/a/mysite.com/httpd

What does that mean?
when I go back to the startpage the post is added so what does that message mean??

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    Is it posible to disable Register on the template Blue Ice?

    It is only when visitors are submitting content the message shows up...if they can't register they can't submit....

    | Posted 282 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    That's not a Pligg error. It's a warning message from your host. Contact your host for support.

    | Posted 283 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Why would you close a Pligg Powered site because your host won't support you?

    Web Hosts are a dime a dozen. Service is usually the difference. And this one ain't delivering. I'd be switching hosts and demanding a refund.

    | Posted 282 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    I have one more question about this:

    The warning comes after using the button " Save changes and submit". After doing that the visitor comes to the site with the warning. Is it possible to put a rederict script to the startpage when visitors comes to this spot. If Yes...where shall I put the redirect-script??

    | Posted 283 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Well, they don't wanna modify my php.ini file :(

    Guess I have to close my Pligg then....

    | Posted 283 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Tell your host that you will be switching to a host that does support all the standard php functions.

    | Posted 282 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    I contacted my host and now they said they don't support set_time_limit!!!

    Is there anything I can do or do I have to close my Pligg-site? :(

    | Posted 283 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Well it's only warning and not an fatal error. You should ask that they modify your php.ini file so that it won't show warnings to the general public and you should be fine.

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