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IndexIgnore .htaccess */.??* *~ *# */HEADER* */README* */_vti*
<Limit GET POST>
deny from all
allow from all
<Limit PUT DELETE>
deny from all
Kimberly wrote:One thing you need to know about .htaccess is that it works for the level it is in, and for any sub-folders/directories below its level. So if you have an .htaccess file in your root, its settings will work for all sub-folders/directions below it unless you overwrite with another .htaccess file. So you want to also check what is in the root level of your server outside of the QP folder.
EdB wrote:Also, some features one might use on cpanel will modify your .htaccess file for you. preventing hot linking is one of them as an example. So it is possible that something you did actually did modify your .htaccess file for you.
[28-Mar-2012 22:12:09] PHP Notice: Undefined variable: Debuglog in
on line 759
[28-Mar-2012 22:12:09] PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function
add() on a non-object in
on line 759
Then on April 2nd there is this ugly mysql error due to an entry for
[02-Apr-2012 07:29:24] Quam Plures error: MySQL error! / Duplicate
entry 'google.lt' for key 2(Errno=1062) / Your query: INSERT INTO
qp_basedomains( dom_name ) / / VALUES( 'google.lt' ) in
at line 584 / REQUEST_URI:
edoc7 wrote:Is this from /public_html/qp_files/quam-plures/error_log helpful?
FrontPage Server Extensions Defined
The FrontPage Server Extensions are actually a group of programs which run on a server. Your local server has them, and if your webs are on an Internet Server which supports FrontPage, they are on the remote server as well. In fact, every FrontPage web on a server has its' own set of extensions, as well as the server itself.
The server extensions affect 3 basic areas of functionality:
Authoring. The Server Extensions interact with FrontPage Explorer when you do file/folder maintenance functions, such as moving, deleting, and renaming files and/or folders in your FrontPage webs. For example, if you move a file from one folder to another, the Server Extensions will edit all hyperlinks to and from that file to point to the correct (new) locations.
Administering. The Server Extensions handle communications with the server, related to permissions, and keep track of who has done what, and when, in the case of multiple authors on a single web.
Browse-time Functionality. This is where those "WebBots" come in. When these "components" are employed in a web, the Server Extensions provide them with their functionality. In this sense, the extensions behave much like CGI programs.
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