Expired users not redirected?

11 years 5 months ago #121723 by beat
Replied by beat on topic Re:Expired users not redirected?
RCheesley wrote:

OK will take it up with Artio.

Ruth


Ok, let the community know what the issue and soluton was :)

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11 years 5 months ago #121725 by RCheesley
Replied by RCheesley on topic Re:Expired users not redirected?
Well the most obvious workaround is simply to turn off the SEF feature for the Community Builder extension in Artio. Works fine now (aside from the unpretty URL's).

While google might understand joomla URL's, normal humans don't. Turning off SEF completely on a commercial site is simply unacceptable, to be honest.

Ruth

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11 years 5 months ago #121741 by nant
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RCheesley wrote:

Well the most obvious workaround is simply to turn off the SEF feature for the Community Builder extension in Artio. Works fine now (aside from the unpretty URL's).

While google might understand joomla URL's, normal humans don't. Turning off SEF completely on a commercial site is simply unacceptable, to be honest.

Ruth


Can't you just mark which URLs are excluded?

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11 years 5 months ago #121744 by beat
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Our implementation and testing reference is Joomla core SEF.

If it works in core joomla SEF, and does not work with 3pd SEF extension, then issue is most probably in 3pd SEF extension (maybe it doesn't handle right with dynamic parameters ?).

CBSubs uses CB's SEFing API, which then uses Joomla's SEFing API, which then uses whatever SEFing engine is configured in Joomla.

Yes, workaround of turning things off certainly works, but that's not a fix, I agree, however Joomla 1.5's core SEF is not that bad either, and as said is our testing reference.

Does your setup work correctly using Joomla core SEF ?

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11 years 5 months ago #122402 by RCheesley
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New problem here, when a new user registers they fill out the form, go to the invoice address details, but after this stage they are left with a blank page with this URL (for example):

www.issba.co.uk/your-profile/pluginclass?plugin=cbpaidsubscriptions&user=724

This is with default Joomla! SEF feature enabled.

The only way I can proceed is to turn off SEF for Community Builder completely, which is not really that great.

From your previous posts I understand this should work with Joomla! SEF - any ideas what is not working?

Ruth

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11 years 5 months ago #122404 by beat
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Yup, that works fine with Jooomla SEF.

Did you check our "blank page" faq and error logs ?
www.joomlapolis.com/content/view/3949/58/

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