fredmv

ProCache causing strange default URI behavior

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Hi folks,

 

We recently turned on ProCache and have noticed this happening when the homepage of the site is accessed:

When you go to our homepage (as in, typed into an address bar -- oddly it doesn't happen with bookmarked pages), it results in this:

https://www.villasofdistinction.com/site/assets/ProCache-5a95c48539bfade3888cb4c439f//index-www_villasofdistinction_com.html

 

Of course, nothing should appear in the address but the "https://www.villasofdistinction.com/". 

 

Why does the rest, "site/assets/ProCache-5a95c48539bfade3888cb4c439f//index-www_villasofdistinction_com.html" appear? And what can be done to get rid of it?

Thanks for any help - Happy Friday!

 

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Thanks, Sérgio.   Very fast response!

 

I'm looking at the .htaccess now - what specifically would you recommend tweaking?  There's a LOT of mentions of ProCache in it. 

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Your site loads fine for me (chrome) when first entered in the address bar. One thing I did notice is each menu item is prefixed with 'Header:' in the title field.

Nice site by the way. Costa Rica here I come. :)

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Thanks, Rick!   Alas, some folks here are noticing that issue, and I do need to figure out how to correct it. 

 

It took me a second to be able to 'trigger' the bug, too, but it does seem to happen sometimes in some contexts.

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2 hours ago, fredmv said:

Thanks, Sérgio.   Very fast response!

 

I'm looking at the .htaccess now - what specifically would you recommend tweaking?  There's a LOT of mentions of ProCache in it. 

Well, things look ok to me, I can access the site fine.

It appears there's no problem with your .htaccess after all as you said ProCache already edited it. Maybe it's a cache from your browser. 

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