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Little issue with visiting index on this board - John Briggs - 2004-06-09

At first I thought it was my browser but indeed it is not. When I try to visit this linke: http://www.mybboard.com/community/index.php I get the no page exists error. If I visit http://www.mybboard.com/community/ all is fine. Just thought you should know ChrisSmile


RE: Little issue with visiting index on this board - John Briggs - 2004-06-09

okay, I broke it down a bit. Seems that aol browser which is IE based will not detext index.php on this board but IE does. Not sure why this is because I am able to view index.php pages everywhere else. No clue why this is occuring to me eitherSad


RE: Little issue with visiting index on this board - Wabz - 2004-06-09

Could be something to do with AOL browser not accepting php extensions as actual webpages? Just Don't use an AOL browser TBH


RE: Little issue with visiting index on this board - John Briggs - 2004-06-09

well, that is not the case because aol indeed reads php extensions. I have tested this and it is not the issue. Also, as easy as it is to say not to use aol browser the fact is I do and like it along with preferring it for my general use. For anything advanced I use mozilla. So the extension issue is ruled out. I have the same issue with my installed mybb rc2 as well but I do not run into this conflict with anything else regarding index.php pages.


RE: Little issue with visiting index on this board - John Briggs - 2004-06-09

just tested a new install and it doesn't occur. must be related to something on this site that is giving my browser a hard time.Sad Makes no good sense to me at all why it only happens on this site. My browser settings are not conflicting.


RE: Little issue with visiting index on this board - Chris Boulton - 2004-06-09

I'm not sure whats causing this because these server settings are the same as ones that are on many sites.. If you go to http://www.surfionline.com/index.php, does that show up as a 404?

Chris


RE: Little issue with visiting index on this board - John Briggs - 2004-06-09

yep, I don't get that anywhere else either. so it is related to the server here. how wierd. I get a 404 not found for that link


RE: Little issue with visiting index on this board - Tochjo - 2004-06-09

Chris Boulton Wrote:If you go to http://www.surfionline.com/index.php, does that show up as a 404?
John Briggs Wrote:I get a 404 not found for that link

If you clicked it, that would be logical. The comma is also considered part of the link, and that results in a 404 error.
Try http://www.surfionline.com/index.php (without the comma) Smile


RE: Little issue with visiting index on this board - John Briggs - 2004-06-10

lol, that snuck in on me. but as stated above. the index on this board is the only place I have an issue with this. my browser has no probs with php extensions so I am still at a loss on this. the forum seems to conflict with a handful of things browser related.