A question for @yuzool
I purchased the Members stack, I already owned the Widget, but could not get it to work, so got the stacks as well.
I need to place the Members area in a sub-directory portion of the site, and I can login ok, but when Members completes the log on, it sends back to the root level of the project not a level 1 contents stack, which is the same folder as all the member stacks.
Am I missing something?
Assuming the level was set in the Stack as “root” @garageshop
I would create a folder on your site server (or a sub domain folder and link to it) called “members” or something and export this RapidWeaver project content to it. Then any time you go to “yoursite.com/members/" (or wherever it is) it will be private and require a registration / login.
So if I have a home (root) and member folder in the root folder. I assume that all those would be set to level 1?
I had everything working fine until I added Dropkick2
Now my old user info fails and new registrations do not save in the user folder.
Is this because of the new htaccess file?
I am getting an error that the .js for the logon page is failing to load. Not sure why, it was working before.
Keep the dropkick htaccess in the root and Members htaccess in the Members folder.
What did you add that made it stop working? Do you remember?
Not sure what the error is.
Can you message me on this forum and send me more details so I can login and have a look? Thanks
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