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Access Page Manager wrong path

Thread began 9/20/2010 5:46 pm by Cologne | Last modified 9/21/2010 11:28 am by Jason Byrnes | 645 views | 1 replies |


Access Page Manager wrong path


when I set the path to the page when the access fails, the path is wrong.

The path is "../noaccess.php" and APM does "/noaccess.php"

I always have to handcode to correct to ../noaccess.php

How can I fix that?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The Access pages Manager will always use a site relative path since the access restriction can be applied to multiple page at a time.

the path /noaccess.php tells the browser to go to the site root then find the noaccess.php file.
as far as Dreamweaver can tell, the noaccess.php file is your website root, there should be no need to change the path.

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