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Blog posting in Rapidweaver loses all formatting #16

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GRMacGeek opened this Issue Feb 4, 2018 · 15 comments

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GRMacGeek commented Feb 4, 2018

When you "click" into a blog post from the main feed in a Pulse5/Rapidweaver blog, you lose all formatting of the blog post & there are other"icons" and "social" links there...

Link to main page - https://www.servicemastergrandrapids.com/tips/ and click any blog title...
servicemaster_grand_rapids_tips_and_latest_news
winter_preparation_tips-clicked

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jrondorf commented Feb 4, 2018

Same here...

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GRMacGeek commented Feb 4, 2018

Wrong - it is setup exactly as it is supposed to be, per your instructions...
sma_-_servicemaster

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jrondorf commented Feb 4, 2018

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jrondorf commented Feb 4, 2018

Every link on that page is wrongly generated. Are there any php errors visible?
In addition to above sub-url question, send em the htaccess file from /tips

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GRMacGeek commented Feb 4, 2018

I don't know where the "~servicemastergr1" is being generated from, that is actually my "Username" for my FTP and cPanel for this account... I don't know how/why Pulse is picking that up during the install... Attached is the htaccess file from /tips
Dot_htaccess.txt

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jrondorf commented Feb 4, 2018

That htaccess is wrong. Check the correct format here: https://instacks.com/pulsecmsstack/tutorial/#blog

Still that wrong htaccess file doesn’t explain the wrong URL generation.

Already the original pulse blog page has these wrong links: https://www.servicemastergrandrapids.com/pulse/blog

@yuzoolcode any idea why these URLs on the original pulse blog page are having the ~servicemastergr1 username in it?

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GRMacGeek commented Feb 4, 2018

I fixed the htaccess file, but as you state, it doesn't fix the URL issue.

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jrondorf commented Feb 4, 2018

As the original generated links are already wrong, the RW Integration Stack isn’t able to replace them correctly to work inside RW. That will also explain most or all of the other issues you opened.

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yuzoolcode commented Feb 5, 2018

Why is the URL adding your account username?
~servicemastergr1

This needs testing as it's not happening in my testing environments.

Where are you hosting?

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GRMacGeek commented Feb 5, 2018

Okay - I did a couple of things - instead of "upgrading" Pulse 5, I put in a "fresh install" of 5.02 This has fixed the account username issue, it has disappeared. Something in the files we are not supposed to change (maybe the "pulsecore/storage/ (folder)"?) was probably the culprit.

However, still having URL issues, when you click any of the "blog tags" or "blog post" titles, not going to the right place...

Okay I use "Greengeeks" reseller account for quite a few websites. I created a "blank" account for you on a URL I am not really using right now, and will email you the cPanel/FTP details. Go nuts, use it for testing!

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yuzoolcode commented Feb 6, 2018

Thanks Raimo for helping test with this

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yuzoolcode commented Feb 7, 2018

Fixed in 5.0.3:
http://help.pulsecms.com/article/10-version-history

The path detection code uses $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] so odds are theres some kind of url rewrite before Pulse sees the request. I think the quick fix would be to manually edit the .htaccess and config.json path.

However, a better fix would be to show the path in the installer and allow the user to edit it. This is now an option with the install - so amend where necessary.

  • redownload and make a fresh install of all files
  • run the installer

Should work 😀

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GRMacGeek commented Feb 7, 2018

Nothing changed... blog links (tags, titles, pages) go nowhere... There was no prompt during install process to change path...

I did notice in the "settings" page that it says I am running v5.0.1 - are we having download issues again? Or am I actually running 5.0.3? Where can I go to see?

pulse_cms

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IvaRoSoft commented Feb 7, 2018

Shown correctly V. 5.0.3
To avoid any deficiencies like V5.0.2
File to download "pulse5.zip" named after version, for example: "pulse5.0.3.zip"

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yuzoolcode commented Feb 8, 2018

Thanks @GRMacGeek - not sure why this happened. Just downloaded from the server now and 5.0.3 is on there.

Check config.php and you should see 5.0.3 and let me know.
If not, logout and login to dashboard again and try the download again...

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