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After install, and deletion of /install, site is still pointing to /install/index.php

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I've deleted install and started fresh 3 times now with the same issue. No redirects setup or anything. Is this a common issue and if so is there a fix as I am unable to find a fix online.

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check your includes/configure.php and admin/includes/configure.php files, that all details (url/filepath/database settings) have been filled in


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41 minutes ago, puddlec said:

check your includes/configure.php and admin/includes/configure.php files, that all details (url/filepath/database settings) have been filled in

Yes, they're all set to go to the domain I'd like them to go to and don't include /install/index.php just the domain name.

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Posted (edited)
34 minutes ago, burt said:

The page is cached in your browser.  Try a different browser.

I have, I've actually just done another full installation with the same result. Even did a manual setup as opposed to a 1 click setup through web host.

Tried on Firefox, Edge and Chrome. If I go to mywebsite.co.uk/index.php the site works. If I just go to mywebsite.co.uk it takes me to /install/index.php

Edit: I think its being cached in my router itself as I just tried on 4G on my mobile phone and it worked fine. Thank you!!😋

Edited by larveyhong

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I had a similar problem when I first did an install of a test site. Check your hosting is not caching your site. Mine were using supercacher which was causing it. Once a full clear of the cache was done everything worked as it should.


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