Offsite page not working


(Ron Belisle) #1

For some reason, I can’t get the offsite page (which is part of the Rapidweaver install) to work. Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn’t. I’m using RW 7 and Foundation theme.

http://waesol.org/c/volunteers/

should go to

Here’s what my Rapidweaver settings look like.

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(Tron) #2

It looks like you are trying in Offsite a secure page, https, into a non secure page, http. Secure pages don’t like to do that because they are secure and your page is not


(scott williams) #3

is that … /c/ refering to your local drive?
what page has the actual link on it?
Tron is correct https -vs- http causes all kinds of grief


(Ron Belisle) #4

I’m redirecting to a Google Docs page in which the permissions are set to Anyone with the link can view.

Yes it’s https… I don’t understand why that would matter in this case if the permissions are set to anyone can view. I’ve done this for years and it always has worked.


(Doug Bennett) #5

This link goes to a WordPress site not a RapidWeaver site. Are you replacing a site?

http linking to https should work, problems going the other way https linking to http.


(Ron Belisle) #6

Yes, it’s going to a page not found on my Wordpress site. I own the domain and upload to that root directory. There’s also a Wordpress installation in that directory, but that should not make any difference.


(Doug Bennett) #7

We will need to see the page (URL) of where the link is coming from not the resulting 404 page…


(Ron Belisle) #8

Doug. Here are some screen shots. The first shows my Rapidweaver project and the Google docs opening in the view mode in Rapidweaver.

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The second shows my folder name for the Offsite page.

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Thus it should open in http://waesol.org/volunteers/

(For your information, I changed it to this link above (now in the root directory) from http://waesol.org/c/volunteers/.)

I have another offsite page in this directory that is working okay. For example,

http://waesol.org/angela/


(Doug Bennett) #9

If you are linking from outside the outside:
http://waesol.org/volunteers/
a 404 would tell you that that page (index.html or index.php) does not exist.
I would use transmit (or another FTP client) to go and check.


(Ron Belisle) #10

Good point. I’m not seeing the volunteers directory in my root folder. I’ll try to figure out why.