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URLs have an additional folder in them

Thread began 4/02/2010 5:39 pm by julie383376 | Last modified 4/02/2010 5:56 pm by Jimmy Wu | 449 views | 2 replies |


URLs have an additional folder in them

I don't know how I did this - they look right in CSS Menu writer!

The site is index.php (still tweaking this so I have a placeholder page that will show if you don't type in index.php)

If you go to, say, "Help - Ordering" , this is the url:


Where is it finding the additional "mojoUprisin" - I've done a lot of local editing, but I tried to be careful not to mess up my connections...


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I may have found it...

This may have come from that xmltree.xml thing... I noticed at the top of menu.php it says:

$WA_localRoot = "/mojoUprisin/";
$WA_remoteRoot = "/";

So do I just needed to change it to:

$WA_localRoot = "/";
$WA_remoteRoot = "/";

Sorry to jump the gun on this one...

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Jimmy Wu

Great to see you were able to figure out the issue here. If you run into any additional issues, feel free to open a new thread in the forum.

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