Most likely you have PHP version lower than 5.3.0. There the PHP function parse_ini_string that actually parses the INI configuration.
Also check your PHP error log for any errors related to ConfigPress and let me know.
I’m runnin PHP 5.2.17.
There are no error related to ConfigPress.
I just upgraded to version 0.2. Now, instead of the blank screen, I get the message “Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.”.
Is there any change you upgrade your PHP version to at least PHP 5.3.0?
As I mentioned above, this plugin requires at least PHP 5.3.0.
There is no significant difference between 5.2.17 and 5.3.0 so it’ll not break you any code.
I’ll check with my host if I can upgrade PHP.
Thanks for the fast support.
It’s quite simple to upgrade the PHP version, but I’m having an issue that the host provider couldn’t help me:
When I make changes in the htaccess file (for the PHP upgrade), the file looses the changes in a few seconds. It rewrites back to the previous settings.
The host provider ask me to check which WordPress theme ou plugin is rewriting the htaccess file. How can I do that? I have more then 20 plugins running!
It’s the same for me… HELP !