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This discussion is related to the DefaultPage addon.
edited November 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I'll fix it and upload the new version as soon as possible.
I've got the following error come on the top of my page:
Notice: Undefined index: DEFAULT_PAGE in /home/.xxxx/xxxxx/xxxxx.com/forums/library/Framework/Framework.Functions.php on line 17
I put in some text and the error vanished. I've hot friendly-urls installed and the problem I'm finding is to find out what the dynamic-url of one of my posts is which I want it to direct to. Does anyone know how I could find out?
The buildup of the url at present is like this:
edit - Addon works fine when I direct it to a more general page (extension.php?PostBackAction=Members)
Not used friendly-urls myself so have not run into this problem.
I've installed 'friendly-urls' and have not been able to reproduce your error message, but neither have I been able to get a friendly-url entry to work with DefaultPage. It is possible however to use a 'dynamic url' as the entry for the default page.
For a discussion with the title 'Some Discussion':
In the above example set the 'DefaultPage' to:
Hope this helps. I'll add a 'friendly-url- warning to the 'Extension Options' page.
It's not something that is going to be achievable with DefaultPage but is an idea for a new extension.
Notice: Undefined index: CssClass in /forum/themes/people_banner.php on line 5
Edit the following line in your conf/settings.php file:
$Configuration['DEFAULT_PAGE_STRIP_RETURNURL'] = '1';