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concerning live support

 

when using the symbolic links to default.php and the includes folder

so that a user can type in just the domain causes a page cannot be found

when the javascript window.open is used to initiate live support.

 

if you open the site with http://www.yourdomain.com/catalog/default.php

it works just fine.

 

Maybe I could get some suggestions. Do I need another symbolic link to another folder in domain root?

 

Please Help

 

Maybe I am answering my own question, I will look over default.php

to see.

 

Thanks in advance


Russ

 

"To the man who only has a hammer in the toolkit, every problem looks like a nail."

 

Abraham Maslow

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So you want a small help javascript window to open when the domain doesnt point to the 40 instead of the default.php index?

 

I guess you can do that with a lil bit of htaccess, javascript and some php coding but why go thru all that trouble when you can simply rename your default.php files to index.php and change the definition to index,php?

 

Im not sure i understand your challenge or is you question the challenge?.

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Thanks for replying illicious but I figured out the prob and solved by moving everything into the webs root directory and changing the configure.php file.

 

Thanks again!


Russ

 

"To the man who only has a hammer in the toolkit, every problem looks like a nail."

 

Abraham Maslow

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Oh i see what you wanted now.

 

Make www.yourdomain.com/catalog/default.php to:

www.yourdomain.com

 

Cool i done the same.

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