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URL problem

Thread began 10/14/2009 12:19 pm by mrs | Last modified 10/14/2009 6:59 pm by Jimmy Wu | 705 views | 2 replies |

mrs

URL problem

I launched CSS Menu writer 1 and changed the colours of the menus you have created in the PowerStore, and when I clicked OK a new thing appeared next to the menu in dreamweaver which was {}, however this didn't show in the browser. I tried to undo it, but no joy. Also, the repeating product categories under the product menu stopped working. So, I thought stuff it, copy code from the original file and paste it in to the products part of the menu. I managed to get that working correctly again, but remaining menus as a whole are not working correctly, I get the following...


A local url will look like this:

products.php (which is correct)

orders.php (which is wrong - extra slash)


The remote url will do the following:

products.php (which is correct)

orders.php (which is very wrong!! the actual web address disappears)


I have amended the globals file as instructed in the gsg to the following:

$WAGLOBAL_localRoot = "/website/"; (the site folder in my root directory)
$WAGLOBAL_remoteRoot = "/"; (as suggested by the gsg I think)

Any ideas as to how I can over come this problem?

Thanks.

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mrs

Just to follow up on my request for help...

Is there anyway to remove the assumedRoot code without too much hassle? I see it is used in a number of files, so I didn't want to try without asking first.

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Jimmy Wu

Have you made a lot of changes on the pages? It may be easier to revert back to the original files if you have not made many changes to the pages.

Can you link me to a site where the store is hosted?

Also, in your WA_Globals.php file, what are the values of $WAGLOBAL_Root_URL, $WAGLOBAL_localRoot, and $WAGLOBAL_remoteRoot when hosted on the remote server?

As for the AssumedRoot issue, I'm not sure why you want to remove this. Is there a reason for that?

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