member.php - 404 not found. Change name and its Found?
This is likely a UNIX/Apache question relating to the operations of our Photopost installation. I hope that someone can help.
When I try to execute the member.php file in my Photopost root directory, I get a 404 "not found" error page from Apache. If I rename the file to members.php or even x.php (anything but member.php) it is found and executes.
Any idea how this could be happening? Its driving me up the wall.
Thanks and regards. -- Rik
The file is never referenced alone.
It is usually member.php?uid=1 etc
Does it execute as it is suppose to in the normal operation of the program viewing profiles etc?
Yes, I'm trying to access it at this link. I can assure you that the member.php file is in the root directory of my Reviewpost installation. As mentioned, if I rename the file to x.php or any other *.php name, I can invoke it from the browser command line. Why I get an Apache 404 error when its named member.php just doesn't make any sense to me.
Any suggestions? Thanks. -- Rik
Yes I can move it. There is not one single thing wrong with your reviewpost. The url is called as it should and as I have shown. However look at the url in your browser window when you get the 404 page ;)
See how its all messed up with the .html/ stuff. That would be because your vbseo program is breaking our application. You can contact vbseo and they have something you can alter your vbseo htaccess with to make sure there program does not break ours.
I unfortunately do not see the .html thing you mentioned above happening in ReviewPost. Its definitely happening there within the vBulletin forums being rewritten by vbSEO. But the URL passed to the browser for member info within RP is:
... which I just cut and pasted into this message.
Or am I misunderstanding something?
Regards. -- Rik
Go ahead and click the link and see the link in the browser window it is now this
This is not being caused by our program it is being caused by VBSEO and they have some code you can add to your VBSEO htaccess file to restrict the program from interfering with the operation of files within certain directories.
In pp-inc.php, change uid to u so that the Profile Link works.
aacircle the proper fix here is to contact vbseo and they have some code you put in your htaccess file to tell vbseo not to interfere with our programs. There are several links vbseo messes up and just patching a link here or there is not going to be the suggested route to fix the issue.
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