that's great, its actually loading now, but IonCube isnt being seen :/
(2:48:44pm)Christopher S.:Yes, your server should come with IonCube Loader already installed. Can I have a URL where you're seeing that message, please?
(2:49:07pm)Christopher S.:Thank you, just a moment please.
(2:49:35pm)Josh:i have to step away for a moment, ill be right back
(2:50:04pm)Christopher S.:Thanks for the heads-up. I'll keep checking into this while you're away.
(2:52:50pm)Josh:ok, im back
(2:54:40pm)Christopher S.:Thank you. I'm still checking into this for you, but it appears that IonCube Loader is installed on the server.
(2:58:00pm)Christopher S.:Thank you for standing by. I checked your phpinfo file, and I see IonCube as set up under "Additional Modules". The warning on the install page may just be a note as a general recommendation to have IonCube Installed.
(2:58:59pm)Josh:thats funny, because I installed this CMS on my lampserver and it had the Green OK when I ran the installation there after I did a manual install of IonCube
(3:00:45pm)Christopher S.:One moment please, and I'll see if I can find further information.
(3:06:43pm)Christopher S.:I apologize for the wait, Josh. I'm still checking into this for you, but shouldn't be much longer.
(3:06:56pm)Josh:ok, take you time :)
(3:14:54pm)Christopher S.:Thank you for standing by, Josh. Unfortunately, all that I'm seeing indicates that IonCube is installed and running on your server. I recommend contacting the developer of the SEO toaster software to see what they recommend, as it appears that the software is having trouble locating the module.
(3:15:10pm)Christopher S.:Here's the PHPinfo page indicating that IonCube is running: http://the-magic-of-making-up.co/phpinfo.php
(3:15:22pm)Christopher S.:IonCube is found under "Additional Modules"
pay no attention to the PHP version on that link, i've edited .htaccess to run 5.3