#1 2019-06-18 21:29:35

wieder
Administrator
Posts: 1,687

We are doing maintenance work

The forum is now partially fixed but apparently .org is in more than one place...

The rest of the web site will be fixed after the forum is working.

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#2 2019-06-24 20:12:20

louis94
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Posts: 10

Re: We are doing maintenance work

Does posting work after the phpbb upgrade?

Edit: Yes. What about editing?

Last edited by louis94 (2019-06-24 20:12:41)

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#3 2019-06-30 15:48:22

HanduMan
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Posts: 115

Re: We are doing maintenance work

What is the purpose of that new link upper left saying "http://forum.longturn.net" but actually points to longturn.org which appears to be quite unsafe to visit IMO?

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#4 2019-07-17 17:22:00

HanduMan
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Posts: 115

Re: We are doing maintenance work

HanduMan wrote:

What is the purpose of that new link upper left saying "http://forum.longturn.net" but actually points to longturn.org which appears to be quite unsafe to visit IMO?

OK, now the text has been changed to "Longturn Forum" as the title for this forum, but the link is still pointing to longturn.org.

html wrote:

<a href="http://longturn.org/">Longturn forum</a>

Also the forum description under the title is a hyperlink to forum.longturn.org.

html wrote:

<a href="http://forum.longturn.org/">Discussions about Longturn games, LT rulesets and other topics of interest</a>

I'm pretty sure there is some setting in the admin control panel of this forum for changing or removing those links.

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#5 2019-07-17 23:26:49

Corbeau
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Posts: 921

Re: We are doing maintenance work

Everything that exists in the settings has been changed from .org to .net. Wieder has been trying to fix this for months, including diving into the database, but no luck so far.

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#6 2019-07-24 07:23:02

HanduMan
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Posts: 115

Re: We are doing maintenance work

Corbeau wrote:

Everything that exists in the settings has been changed from .org to .net. Wieder has been trying to fix this for months, including diving into the database, but no luck so far.

Checked the header.php file for hard-coded links? In the current version (just downloaded 1.5.11) the forum title part links to "index.php" and description part to nothing.

header.php wrote:

// START SUBST - <pun_title>
$tpl_main = str_replace('<pun_title>', '<h1><a href="index.php">'.pun_htmlspecialchars($pun_config['o_board_title']).'</a></h1>', $tpl_main);
// END SUBST - <pun_title>


// START SUBST - <pun_desc>
$tpl_main = str_replace('<pun_desc>', '<div id="brddesc">'.$pun_config['o_board_desc'].'</div>', $tpl_main);
// END SUBST - <pun_desc>

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