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htaccess file

Thread began 5/28/2010 2:05 pm by mrobben375515 | Last modified 10/02/2010 10:56 pm by mrobben375515 | 1872 views | 10 replies

mrobben375515

htaccess file

So I added an htaccess file to my site to redirect the url to https for the secure transaction. However, now when I try to connect the database i get the error message "an unidentified error has occurred". So I realized I can only have one htaccess file, so I got rid of the one I have in the main directory to redirect the url and left the one in the _db_backups folder and tried to test the connection and it worked. So then I tried to put the url redirect code in that one and uploaded it and the site didn't redirect to the https. What am I supposed to do. If I put the db code in the htaccess of the main directory it won't connect in dw and if I put the redirect in the one in the folder it won't redirect....please help. I've attached the files. Thanks

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