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CMS Builder replaces index.php

Thread began 2/11/2012 3:57 pm by ebonixs | Last modified 2/14/2012 12:12 pm by Ray Borduin | 8232 views | 5 replies |

ebonixs

CMS Builder replaces index.php

Hi, I've built my site template and used it for Site Sculptor. When everything is done I check the website (index.php) and it takes me to the CMS Login and not my website... In the code for the index.php it says:
<?php header('Location: admin_cms/users_login.php'); ?>

What can i do to fix this?

Page that does work as expected... siteassist.depidesign.com/index.php
Pages that work... siteassist.depidesign.com/aboutus.php, news.php, membership.php

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ebonixs

Never mind... Got it fixed...

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elevy388997Beta Tester

How did you fix this? I have the same problem. The site sculptor produced the index page with one that 1 line of php code.

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elton

I have same problem too with the new Design Extender when creating a new site with Site Builder.

my site root index.php only has one line:

<?php header('Location: admin_cms/users_login.php'); ?>

How can we fix this??????????

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the users configuration folder (for help finding the configuration folder, see the common installation issues pdf:
common_installation_issues.pdf), Go to shared/webassist/PowerCMS/CMS

and delete the index.php file there.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

We'll be releasing a free update tomorrow to address this and other issues reported by users.

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