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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
is there a checklist of items I should consider for diagnosing a series of pages which display a 404 error?
Basically I have built a Blog and all my posts are under a folder called 'Posts'. Some of these pages successfully display while others display a 404 page.
This is what I have confirmed so far...
1. All pages are within the same root folder 'Posts'
2. All pages have the same template and fields completed
3. All pages have the same properties under Settings > Who can access this page
4. Pages have no redirects in place
5. Pages have no special characters or anything funky in the URL slug
There are no errors showing in the log either so I am stuck 😕
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 😕