The other day I was working on a development box and when I went to view my PHP page after I made some changes to it, the page went blank!! It wasn't like that last week. If there was an error, then I would get some sort of descriptive error message.
Now, the page is just blank white. I finally managed to track down the problem (missing ")"). The page now displays. After snooping around on the Net, I found out that if display_errors is set to off, this will happen. This is set for production server purposes, if I'm correct.
This is fine and dandy, but how do I override this? I tried using ini_set('display_errors', '1') and set error_reporting to E_ALL and I still can't get any error messages to appear!
Is this understanding of the situation correct??