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By Peter Knight
Can anyone tell me which .htaccess directive might be blocking a site import feature from scanning my public_html folder and listing all files and folders.
These would be both PW files/folders but also some non PW folders which my PW site references for media.
Latest .htaccess file on Github
I can see various options from Section 15 onwards (# 15. Access Restrictions (v301)) but nothing that would block both SSH and FTP scans my VPS site import file uses.
When I point the same site import tool at a non PW site on the same directory it works.
I could disable htaccess temporarily but it's a busy and active site.
Sadly I cannot intall ProcessWire on my webserver (Hosted at https://www.world4you.com/de/startseite.html, a small hosting provider in Austria)
Here is the Problem:
1. I downloaded the current masterbranch as a .zip file (After a few tries I also downloaded the code via the git clone command, that led to the same error), unzipped it and transferred it to my server. Since there is already a wordpress site installed on the root directory, I transferred the processwire files into /relaunch and created a subdomain.
2. I tried to install the language starter kit. As soon as I navigate to that folder Screenshot1 (see attached file 'processWireBug1') is shown. Everything looks nice, except the red text referring to the 'mod_rewrite' rule. The webserver provides the 'apache mod_rewrite' rule.
3. As soon as I want to press 'Check again' or 'Continue to next step' an error Page with 500 error (see Screenshot 'processWireBug2') occurs.
4. You can find my .htaccess file attached to this post..htaccess
How could I solve this issue?
Some additional information:
1) the webserver provides the apache mod_rewrite (I checked that several times) and has php version 7.3. installed.
2) since there is a wordpress site installed on the root directory, there is also a .htaccess file on the root directory. Could this .htaccess file have an impact on the .htaccess file for my processwire website?
Thanks for your help and greetings from Austria,
Hi, on a site I want to disable access to original images and only allow to access thumbnails and watermarked image variations.
A good solution for protecting original images can be found a bit down in this thread:
Old content of this initial post:
By Peter Knight
My .htaccess file is correctly redirecting all requests to
https:// www. That's great until I want to work locally.
I thought I had seen a blog post by Ryan where there was a new config setting to ignore both of these if working from localhost?
I can't find it now so wondering if I was imagining 😕
hopefully this is the right place to ask and is not a duplicate question.
I'm pretty new to processwire, so... if this question is kind of funny for some of you, you're welcome 😄
I have the following issue and can't find anything understandable about it. Maybe I'm searching the wrong way, but anyways.. here is my question:
How is it possible to rewrite the URLs, that I'll get a *.php ending?
https://www.mysite.de/urlsegment/ -> https://www.mysite.de/urlsegment.php
https://www.mysite.de/urlsegment/urlsegment/ -> https://www.mysite.de/urlsegment/urlsegment.php
Because I've read a lot about "Why do you wanna do this or have that?" – here my answer for that in advance:
I've built a processwire installation inside or around an existing website. Therefore, we want to keep the existing *.php Google entries. Sure, we could redirect via 301 Redirect, but would prefer to keep the *.php ending.
If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
Thank you in advance for your help.