Thanks, I have followed this video, and started from zero, deleted all my files from the server using FileZila, and the error repeats : No connection between Blog List and Blog Post (display side) giving me a non existent URL error when clicking on one of the Blog name in Blog List.
My PHP version is * Server version: 5.6.32-78.1 - Percona Server (GPL), Release 78.1, Revision 8bb53b6
Sorry guys but the TRIAL TOTAL CMS does NOT WORK using Rapidweaver 6.4 Stacks 3.5 Foundations
I use total CMS with foundation and have done many sites in RW 6.4 with it. It absolutely DOES work.
It sounds like a server side configuration issue but not much to go on in your post.
Previewed the blog POST page in RW?
Did you get a pop up window to write the path cinfig files to the server?
Did you click send?
Have you already tried pretty url settings? (If not ignor this part) If so, set it back to default and remove any .htaccess code you added for pretty url’s. Get it working in default mode first. Preview the blog POST page and resend the paths to the server.
Did you add the debug stack to a page to see if there are server issues?
Please post a screen shot.
I would also update your php to at lest 7.1
I’m quite sure with some more info we can get you going.
Yes I know what the issue is, the YourBlogName.posturl file in the /cms-data/blog/YourBlogName folder is either missing or contains the wrong path.
It’s a simple fix really, but as I said above, you need to turn pretty url’s off and remove any prettyurl related content you added to your .htaccess file first. It’s important to get it working with defaults before doing the more advanced stuff, especially if you are having issues.
You should also add the Debug Stack to your page and preview in RW to see if there are any server side configuration issues that may have caused this issue in the first place.
if all is well, you can just edit the .posturl file and you will be good to go.
I understand this, but if you also added the .htaccess rules you need to remove them and set it back to default. If you tried it with pretty url’s on and did not make the .htaccess changes then that won’t work either.
I am just trying to get you back to the default setting with NO .htaccess rules for pretty url’s. Then we can move forward.
Yes, I am sure it is…
Did you actually add the debug stack to the page and preview?
Can you paste a screen shot of that (in preview mode).
The issue you are having is easy to fix, its a small edit to the .posturl file. But, if you don’t get back to defaults first or if you have a config issue on the server it will just take you round and round in a circle of not working.
Confirm that you are back to defaults, there are no .htaccess pretty url rules and show the debug stack screen shot and I will get you going.