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Open Web URL #3246

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cyberduck opened this issue Jun 14, 2009 · 3 comments
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Open Web URL #3246

cyberduck opened this issue Jun 14, 2009 · 3 comments
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cyberduck commented Jun 14, 2009

494b1ba created the issue

the command tries to show the file in the browser. What is does is to use the "Web URL" from the Bookmark settings and adds path of the file in the ftp server. But most of the time, there is an extra "public" or "httpdocs" folder in the ftp path. If I enter this as the base "Path:" it should leave it out of the wbe URL

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cyberduck commented Jun 15, 2009

@dkocher commented

What you describe is the expected behaviour. Can you give an example?

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cyberduck commented Jun 16, 2009

Anthony commented

To add an example:

if your directory is public_html and all of your sites folders are within, then put this in Path: public_html/

The rule of thumb is, whatever directory or directories your site contents are in, list all of them out in Path

Since I'm here, let me clarify the heck out of this thing. Let's say you have hosting with DreamHost. This is the the structure they give you: home/"username"/"website_name"

Say my username is "joe" and my website is "example.com". In Path I would type this:

home/joe/example.com/

If this is confusing just keep asking. Someone will explain it simply enough eventually :)

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cyberduck commented Jun 18, 2009

@dkocher commented

make sure the path you enter is an absolute path. E.g.

/home/joe/example.com/

Then it should work as expected.

Replying to [comment:2 Anthony]:

To add an example:

if your directory is public_html and all of your sites folders are within, then put this in Path: public_html/

The rule of thumb is, whatever directory or directories your site contents are in, list all of them out in Path

Since I'm here, let me clarify the heck out of this thing. Let's say you have hosting with DreamHost. This is the the structure they give you: home/"username"/"website_name"

Say my username is "joe" and my website is "example.com". In Path I would type this:

home/joe/example.com/

If this is confusing just keep asking. Someone will explain it simply enough eventually :)

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