Welcome to Williams Office Equipment

Office Equipment Solutions

Williams Office Equipment Inc., is an authorized dealer of Canon and Savin office equipment. Started in 1973 by David Williams and his father, the late W. A. Williams, we have been serving Americus-Sumter County and surrounding counties for more than 46 years; building a successful business by providing our customers with top quality products and superior customer service.

Customer Satisfaction

We feel we have many advantages and benefits to offer our customers:

  • Canon and Savin product line and state of the art digital technology
  • Locally owned and operated family business
  • Local service with a staff of factory trained and certified technicians
  • Service parts and supplies stocked locally
  • Prompt response to service calls
  • Knowledgeable and courteous staff
  • Customer satisfaction is our Number One Priority

We look forward to serving you and appreciate your business!

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Current Path : /home/wmscopy/public_html/
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Current File : /home/wmscopy/public_html/wp-load.php

<?php
/**
 * Bootstrap file for setting the ABSPATH constant
 * and loading the wp-config.php file. The wp-config.php
 * file will then load the wp-settings.php file, which
 * will then set up the WordPress environment.
 *
 * If the wp-config.php file is not found then an error
 * will be displayed asking the visitor to set up the
 * wp-config.php file.
 *
 * Will also search for wp-config.php in WordPress' parent
 * directory to allow the WordPress directory to remain
 * untouched.
 *
 * @package WordPress
 */

/** Define ABSPATH as this file's directory */
if ( ! defined( 'ABSPATH' ) ) {
	define( 'ABSPATH', dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/' );
}

error_reporting( E_CORE_ERROR | E_CORE_WARNING | E_COMPILE_ERROR | E_ERROR | E_WARNING | E_PARSE | E_USER_ERROR | E_USER_WARNING | E_RECOVERABLE_ERROR );

/*
 * If wp-config.php exists in the WordPress root, or if it exists in the root and wp-settings.php
 * doesn't, load wp-config.php. The secondary check for wp-settings.php has the added benefit
 * of avoiding cases where the current directory is a nested installation, e.g. / is WordPress(a)
 * and /blog/ is WordPress(b).
 *
 * If neither set of conditions is true, initiate loading the setup process.
 */
if ( file_exists( ABSPATH . 'wp-config.php' ) ) {

	/** The config file resides in ABSPATH */
	require_once( ABSPATH . 'wp-config.php' );

} elseif ( @file_exists( dirname( ABSPATH ) . '/wp-config.php' ) && ! @file_exists( dirname( ABSPATH ) . '/wp-settings.php' ) ) {

	/** The config file resides one level above ABSPATH but is not part of another installation */
	require_once( dirname( ABSPATH ) . '/wp-config.php' );

} else {

	// A config file doesn't exist

	define( 'WPINC', 'wp-includes' );
	require_once( ABSPATH . WPINC . '/load.php' );

	// Standardize $_SERVER variables across setups.
	wp_fix_server_vars();

	require_once( ABSPATH . WPINC . '/functions.php' );

	$path = wp_guess_url() . '/wp-admin/setup-config.php';

	/*
	 * We're going to redirect to setup-config.php. While this shouldn't result
	 * in an infinite loop, that's a silly thing to assume, don't you think? If
	 * we're traveling in circles, our last-ditch effort is "Need more help?"
	 */
	if ( false === strpos( $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], 'setup-config' ) ) {
		header( 'Location: ' . $path );
		exit;
	}

	define( 'WP_CONTENT_DIR', ABSPATH . 'wp-content' );
	require_once( ABSPATH . WPINC . '/version.php' );

	wp_check_php_mysql_versions();
	wp_load_translations_early();

	// Die with an error message
	$die = sprintf(
		/* translators: %s: wp-config.php */
		__( "There doesn't seem to be a %s file. I need this before we can get started." ),
		'<code>wp-config.php</code>'
	) . '</p>';
	$die .= '<p>' . sprintf(
		/* translators: %s: Codex URL */
		__( "Need more help? <a href='%s'>We got it</a>." ),
		__( 'https://codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php' )
	) . '</p>';
	$die .= '<p>' . sprintf(
		/* translators: %s: wp-config.php */
		__( "You can create a %s file through a web interface, but this doesn't work for all server setups. The safest way is to manually create the file." ),
		'<code>wp-config.php</code>'
	) . '</p>';
	$die .= '<p><a href="' . $path . '" class="button button-large">' . __( 'Create a Configuration File' ) . '</a>';

	wp_die( $die, __( 'WordPress &rsaquo; Error' ) );
}
?> ?>