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Page Path Issue with using my User Registration Solution Pack

Thread began 8/20/2009 9:47 pm by michaelf0199272 | Last modified 8/28/2009 7:42 pm by michaelf0199272 | 1086 views | 1 replies


Page Path Issue with using my User Registration Solution Pack

I am having a problem which prankly has nothing with how the User Registration Solution Pack works. If I may just say, -- User Registration Solution Pack works.

Here is are the facts:

When I was testing out the User Registration Solution Pack -- I uploaded to my hosting server at -- This way done just to see if the package worked and it works rather well. But then there is a problem, because of the index.php that I added to the package. Everytime is launched, index.php was loaded instead of index.html. The reason is because index.php has precedence over index.html.

Well, I said that is not such a problem. I decided to create a directory /AfricanHeritage/ and I uoloaded all the pages of my African Heritage Register into this directory.

I then purchased anothe domain name which I then had africanheritage/ "masked" forwarded to.

When is launched -- the index.php is loaded from where anyone using the sites will then navigate to all the associated pages.

Here is the problem:
Some of the pages still appear to load from instead from the AfricanHeritage as defined by path --> africanheritage/ --- which is where they should be loading from.

Please review the attached pictures to see what I am saying. Look to the "status" bar at the bottom of the capture to view the path the pages are loading on.

I have contacted Yahoo (my hosting provider). They did not seem to have any clue at least the two support people that I spoke to didn't.

I can force each page to load from the AfricanHeritage directory by simply including it in the links of the navigations. If I did this, it will disable the CSSMenuWriter.

Q1: Does anyone know how I could resovle this problem without disabling CSSMenuWriter???

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