dweeda

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  1. Yah, I've basically ruled out .htaccess. But there is something preventing the proper resolution to the correct https URL. I thought it might be something about templates, but the admin page fails too. So - idk... I really need to figure this out soon though.
  2. My hosting firm says their Apache server is configured correctly. They believe this is a CMS/Framework issue. I have tried many different .htaccess settings with no effect. One theory is that the PW /cache/ folder is the problem and needs to be emptied. But I'm concerned about making things worse with a broad stroke like that. Something more surgical would be better. Yes? No? Note, all pages were accessible and the site was up and running before I switched to HTTPS. After, only the top domain URL loads. This includes the admin page.
  3. Host: https://laughingsquid.com/ not sure if I have force www. How can I find out?
  4. Is there a way to bump this up the PW chain? I am dead in the water with my production site. The https config features of the latest ver help with ports to non-https dev sites, not the other way around. Thank you to any and all!
  5. Well, there are a lot of folders and files in the /cache/ folder. I am reluctant to remove them all. Are there specific files you might have in mind? Or is it truly safe to clear the /cache/ folder? I am running the latest ver.
  6. I haved heard this: "I know this may sound strange, but when it comes to https and redirects browsers become very "cachehappy"! When running into problems with this I use the browsers incognito/private mode, have to empty cache, restart browser, use different browser, use a VPN, and so on. Tiresome sometimes..." Hmm. Does this mean only I continue to see this problem? External site visitors would be OK? What can I do to solve this? Even if only for me... THX
  7. I installed an SSL Certificate, then edited my .htaccess file: # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # 9. If you only want to allow HTTPS, uncomment the RewriteCond and RewriteRule lines below. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off RewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301] by uncommenting out the Rewrite lines. The main site loads as https, but now I get 404 error pages when I try go to any subpage: .../processwire-master/<pagename>/ This includes my admin page at .../processwire-master/processwire/, so i can't get into my admin. After this, in .htaccess I uncommented out RewriteBase / and RewriteBase /processwire-master/ still not working...
  8. If not an .htaccess setting, maybe something down in the /wire/ directory affecting the paths to templates and admin page??
  9. Neither worked. Symptom: Home page loads with https, but no child pages or admin page - get 404 All pages loaded fine before SSL Cert installed. Hmm.
  10. I did not. Right now they are commented out: # RewriteBase / # RewriteBase /pw/ # RewriteBase /~user/
  11. I installed an SSL Certificate, then edited my .htaccess file: # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # 9. If you only want to allow HTTPS, uncomment the RewriteCond and RewriteRule lines below. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off RewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301] by uncommenting out the Rewrite lines. Now I get 404 error pages when I try go to any .../processwire-master/<pagename>/ This includes my admin page at .../processwire-master/processwire/, so i can't get into my admin. What else do I need to do?
  12. This did the trick. Thx!
  13. I put a CSS file in the /templates/styles/ folder and try to link from a published file in the /templates/ folder: <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="./styles/NavUserHdr.css"> Doesn't see the file. What am I doing wrong?
  14. At the top of each of my main pages, I want to redirect to my login page if the session is timed out. How can I use the PW API to test for this? $user->isLoggedin() doesn't seem to do it, like I expected. THX