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darkangelsfire

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I have noticed in the last few days that when we click on some links they are not linking right.

 

For instance...login link on welcome page should send us to the log in window but instead the link shows like this and will not work:

 

http://dreamslayerartworks.comlogin.php/?osCsid=followed by the user id #

 

My question is how do i fix the link so that they go to the right place:

 

log in

new account

my account

checkout

 

all of them are missing the forward slash prior to the .php named file......where do I go to make them right.

 

I have checked to see if the files are missing and they are on the server, I have uploaded fresh copies of them and still no joy.

 

UPDATE ALREADY!!!! I just see in this post that the whole link is not right...it has gotten misdirected from the store link to our site link it should be:

 

http://dreamslayerartworks.com/shoppe/catalog/login.php

 

Now where do I go to fix that to be right...LOL

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Check the entries in your configure.php file/s. The might be something awry in there. :)

 

If those are the ones that hold the db name and password along with other links like to the admin folder and such...yup done did that. Twas my first place to look. I tried to see if there was a file that help the "pointer" that what I call them...the file that has the wording like for instance {U_INDEX} and gives the place it should point to like the forum index url but couldn't find it either.

 

Maybe I am trying to look for the wrong thing. for the only files that I found with the url actually written on is just those 2-3 configure files.

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Maybe I am trying to look for the wrong thing. for the only files that I found with the url actually written on is just those 2-3 configure files.

Those are the most likely places that need checking.

Post the codes for both and we'll take a look... (don't do the database stuff)

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Those are the most likely places that need checking.

Post the codes for both and we'll take a look... (don't do the database stuff)

 

Thanks to both of you and just for the record...I kept at it until about 3 this morning...LOL I went through each and every configure file i could find...my god why is there such a need to make things so difficult by having so many of them I might ask.

 

If this should happen to someone else in the future at least they know to check these files but to look at the configure.php in the catalog/include/configure.php

 

these lines, make sure you have the forward slash:

 

define('HTTP_SERVER', 'http://dreamslayerartworks.com/'); // eg, http://localhost - should not be empty for productive servers

 

define('HTTPS_SERVER', 'http://dreamslayerartworks.com/'); // eg, https://localhost - should not be empty for productive servers

 

and in this line, make sure to remove this one so you do not have a double slash in the url:

 

define('DIR_WS_HTTP_CATALOG', '/shoppe/catalog/');

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Those are the most likely places that need checking.

Post the codes for both and we'll take a look... (don't do the database stuff)

 

Thanks to both of you and just for the record...I kept at it until about 3 this morning...LOL I went through each and every configure file i could find...my god why is there such a need to make things so difficult by having so many of them I might ask.

 

If this should happen to someone else in the future at least they know to check these files but to look at the configure.php in the catalog/include/configure.php

 

these lines, make sure you have the forward slash:

 

define('HTTP_SERVER', 'http://dreamslayerartworks.com / '); // eg, http://localhost - should not be empty for productive servers

 

define('HTTPS_SERVER', 'http://dreamslayerartworks.com / '); // eg, https://localhost - should not be empty for productive servers

 

and in this line, make sure to remove this one so you do not have a double slash in the url:

 

define('DIR_WS_HTTP_CATALOG', '/ shoppe/catalog/');

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