Does Dropkick work with RW Multi Language?


(Cielito Gonzales) #1

Has anybody tried Dropkick with Tsooj’s RWML? A client needs simple cms and the site uses RWML with RW5.4.1 and stacks 2.

I’ve asked this on a different thread but realized I was a month behind from that thread’s latest post. If anyone can chime in, I’d be grateful.


(Michael Frankland) #2

Great question @eagerweaver
So far not heard of this and as @kryten mentioned in the other thread would be fascinating and if we can get the chance to test it we will :slight_smile:


(Cielito Gonzales) #3

Thanks, @yuzool. I’ll try it, along with other CMS and see how they or if any work with RWML.


(Michael Frankland) #4

Oh great @eagerweaver - and please come back wth your findings!!


(Cielito Gonzales) #5

Hello, @yuzool. I sent an email to your support about this but haven’t heard back from you yet, though I’m confident I will. But I might have a better chance of you seeing my message here, that’s why I’m using this forum.

I purchased Dropkick and was/am in the install process after watching the installation guide video. Perhaps it’s a silly question but where do I find the .htaccess file in the install package. I can’t see it. I even used OS X terminal to reveal hidden files but no luck.

I can write my own .htaccess file if that’s what I have to do, but the installation video seems to indicate that the .htaccess file is included in the Dropkick installation package. If not, could you please email me what I need to include in my .htaccess file for Dropkick to work. This will also come in handy if I decide to use Dropkick in sites for which I’ve already made an .htaccess file – will make it easier to insert what Dropkick needs.

Hope you see this soon.


(Stuart) #6

@eagerweaver

Thanks for the heads up. There is a purpose built support system for Yuzoolthemes available here:
https://www.yuzoolthemes.com/support/

I appreciate that you sent in an email, but that has not resulted in a ticket being raised in the yuzoolthemes support system for me to deal with. Can I ask you to please go to that link, log in and raise a ticket. I will help you with this when you do.

It is much better to continue this discussion within the trouble ticket that you raise. That way I can be much more specific and address you and your set up personally.

Please raise the ticket. I hope to to receive it soon.


(Cielito Gonzales) #7

Thanks, Stuart. I just submitted a ticket. Sorry, I thought I just had to shoot an email and didn’t realize there’s a support ticketing system. Thanks for the speedy reply.


(Stuart) #8

@eagerweaver

No problem at all.

I got your ticket ( thank you ) and have just replied. Lets continue on the ticket.

Thanks again - you are going to LOVE Dropkick!


(Cielito Gonzales) #9

Thanks, Stuart! Your reply to my support ticket worked. Sorry, must have been looking in the wrong folder when I unhid the files. Thank you!


(Stuart) #10

100% my pleasure. Always here at:
https://www.yuzoolthemes.com/support

if you need us. Thanks for choosing yuzoolthemes.


(Cielito Gonzales) #11

Follow up on my search for CMS for a client’s site… I tried Dropkick and although it worked nicely in my experiments, the clients opted for a different CMS method. They don’t like to use a database, reserving their hosting plan’s allowed number of databases for other uses.

Since I now have Dropkick, I will use it for other projects in the future. Thanks for all the help.


(Cielito Gonzales) #12

P.S. To address the topic of this thread, no, it didn’t work with RWML. Perhaps RWML only works with flat file CMS.


(Tony Silveira) #13

I love Dropkick too and no RWML doesn’t work with the .htaccess file. I would like to write an exception but my programming skills do not allow me to accomplish this. Here is the Dropkick .htaccess code

RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /
RewriteRule ^(cms)($|/) - [L]
RewriteRule ^(install)($|/) - [L]
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI}  !^(\.png|\.jpg|\.gif|\.jpeg|\.bmp)/$
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI}  !^(.*)/filemanager/(.*)$
RewriteRule (.*.html|.*.php|.*.htm)  cms_worker.php?page=$1 [QSA]

Can someone tell me what rule or exception could I add to allow RWML to write lang=en and lang=fr

Thanks a lot in advance


(Michael Frankland) #14

I’m not familiar with how RWML works @netgifted - I’ll see if talking with the RWML developer we can work something out. It may not be possible but will take a look.

Thanks for the Dropkick :heart_eyes: