Static pages and shortcuts
Thu, 25 Apr 2002 15:44:15 +0100
Thanks for the contributions to date. Digging a little deeper, I see I have
a problem with (at least) the location of the rendered files.
In the Control Panel, I have:
Folder for static rendering: K:\\manilasites\
- K: being the mapped network drive for the server under NT
URL for static rendering: http://dio.cdlr.strath.ac.uk/
I have ensured that these settings are the same as in staticSite/ftpSite.
I expected the rendered files to appear in the manilasites sub-directory of
K:, but instead they're appearing in the root of K:
(Oh, and the pages aren't being served at all now - I suspect a syntactic
tweak too far has made things worse.)
Has anybody any suggestions as to what I'm doing wrong? Think I have a
rather ill-formed mental model as to what happens in the rendering process.
An example of a 'good' setup would probably be useful.
At 08:10 AM 4/24/02 -0700, Sam DeVore wrote:
>On 4/24/02 7:57 AM, "Jim Byrne" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > on 24/4/02 3:46 pm, Ken Dow at Me@KenDow.Com wrote:
> >> What have you configured as the url for static rendering in the Control
> >> Panel? Does it end in " /dio" ?
> > Ken,
> > I was just thinking that myself - ensure that the URL ends with a forward
> > slash.
> > Also have a look in your site structure to see if all is well there. The
> > directory paths should match the sites structure. If you have changed
> > filenames (e.g. by making some of them lowercase) - your shortcuts and
> > structure might now be out of synch.
> > Jim
>It might also be worth looking in the #ftpSite table in the staticSites
>table in the #newsSite for the site in question.
>Samuel C. DeVore email@example.com
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