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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 7:56 am Reply with quote

helo sir. although i am not hosted by raven i wanted to get an experts option about this. So please help me out.
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you can see that the left and right blocks and the story pages (center) are not being shown.
This has happened to every subdomain and accounts hosted by my VPS.

please refer to the following URL:
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if you see the right and left blocks then it means that the coding for
the right and left blocks are contained in a filename.php file.

now please refer to another URL:
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you do not see any left and right blocks. This is because the codes for
the right and left blocks are within a filename.htm file.


on the other hand any simple html files are shown: Only registered users can see links on this board! Get registered or login!

Now does anyone have any idea what might cause this?
any module og php? mysql? something?
 
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 1:24 pm Reply with quote

I don't see where the problem is.

You said it yourself. You are calling a .php page, but the alteration codes are in a .html file. It can't identify a layout definition if it doesn't see it, so thus those definitions must be defined inside the Nuke (.php) scope.

Your nuke module pages define the layout. If you are using GoogleTap, you also need to consider that there is modified code to support blocks layout inside the mainfile.php.

I've seen some new GoogleTap type code floating around, but my personal opinion is that it is a step backwards in GoogleTap evolution. It is very primitive and requires more overhead to run due to the way it is integrated with nuke.

If you are going to run GoogleTap, stick to GT NextGen or NukeCops versions.

Also, remember that if you run in a sub-domin and have GT enabled in the root, you are probably going to inherit root file definitions if you aren't careful. This can be very tricky to setup, so I usually recommend that people don't use GT in a sub-domain if they have it in their root. If you have a lot of sub-domains, this is the ONLY situation where I recommend that your primary site be run out of a sub-directory so that the root file .htaccess doesn't interfere with the sub-domains as your primary domain .htaccess file would actually exist in a sub-directory and NOT in the physical root of your domain.

Hope this helps.
Steph

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SlashDot
PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 8:36 pm Reply with quote

helo sir. Thank you for the response.

GTap? i realy must say otherwise. y?

1. y did this issue appear all over the servers at once out of the blue?
2. y didnt it happen before?

i have created a new domain hosting under my VPS and installed nuke in that too. Which yielded the same result.
The right and left blocks dont show.
it is a server wide issue which has to be something on the hostings side.

no one has a clue what.
do you sir?
 
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2005 1:58 am Reply with quote

If I'm understanding the issue correctly, you have php code in a .html file that you want the php processor to see. If this is correct, then you need to tell Apache to process .html files through the php processor. You would do that through adding the file type to an Apache directive like this
Code:
AddType application/x-httpd-php .phtml .php .php3 .htm .html .php4

If that's not the problem then please excuse this rambling Wink
 
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