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  1. Thx, worked like a charm.
  2. How do I migrate a template with all its fields and values to a new site? Is their an export/import process?
  3. Hey guys, FYI I got this fixed finally. Main issue was that I have PW installed in a subfolder and so my .htaccess was not being seen by the web server. I moved the file up a folder, and now I am good. Thank you all for you help!
  4. Thank you Gary I will check it out. I tried a search like that early on, but maybe I did not view a wide enough net of pages and drilled down too soon. I will revisit. -Cheers
  5. Well, I have not solved this yet. Unfortunately. I clicked a host link provided by cstevensjr and modified my .htaccess file appropriately. No fix. I also cleared my PW cache folder as per dragan. But, no fix. At this point I have tested and made changes for both my host and PW with no effect. Each is pointing the other way now - so, not unusual Is there a tool my host could use to track what's going on in order to determine the missing and/or problematic link/setting? Thx to all.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Host: https://laughingsquid.com/ not sure if I have force www. How can I find out?
  9. 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!
  10. 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.
  11. 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
  12. 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...
  13. If not an .htaccess setting, maybe something down in the /wire/ directory affecting the paths to templates and admin page??
  14. 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.
  15. I did not. Right now they are commented out: # RewriteBase / # RewriteBase /pw/ # RewriteBase /~user/
  16. 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?
  17. This did the trick. Thx!
  18. 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?
  19. 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
  20. To be more specific: before I started using PW I wrote a web app that's fairly robust (50+ php files) and is not needing content management. I since wrote a website using PW that redirects to the app. The app has its own login/reg handling, and was using PHP's $_SESSION to handle user timeouts, but that had a resilient $_SESSION bug where I needed to login twice the first time in to get the global var to be available. A friend who uses PW suggested I use $user and $session to handle user logins and timeouts, so I brought the login file into PW. But I don't want to bring in all my 50+ app files as they have no need of content management. I thought the PW index include would work, and I do see the $user and $session vars in my app, but they appear to be reinitiated and don't have my values I set in the login file inside PW.
  21. Thanks for all your replies. To be more specific: before I started using PW I wrote a web app that's fairly robust (50+ php files) and is not needing content management. I since wrote a website using PW that redirects to the app. The app has its own login/reg handling, and was using PHP's $_SESSION to handle user timeouts, but that had a resilient $_SESSION bug where I needed to login twice the first time in to get the global var to be available. A friend who uses PW suggested I use $user and $session to handle user logins and timeouts, so I brought the login file into PW. But I don't want to bring in all my 50+ app files as they have no need of content management. I thought the PW index include would work, and I do see the $user and $session vars in my app, but they appear to be reinitiated and don't have my values I set in the login file inside PW.
  22. In a PW file, I successfully login a $user using $session->login(). I later redirect to a different PHP file. It's not a PW template file so I do the appropriate include("/path/to/processwire/index.php"); But then I try to get the logged in $user->name and it always gives me 'guest'. And if I set a $session value at login, in the redirected file my values are lost. I am new to PW so I am surprised. What am I missing? Thx
  23. I have an already created web app of many php and other files. I want to access the PW API, especially for user info. Do they need to be inside the PW folder to do so? thx.
  24. Awesome. Thank you both for you quick replies. I knew there must be a way! - D
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