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When I am logged into the webpage under development and doing editing, the navigation between the webpages works fine.
But when I log out of concrete5 and access the webpage with a browser, only the first page of the website is displayed. When any other page is selected in the navigation bar of the site, the browser always opens the first (initial) page.
Anyone out there that might known what is wrong?

Regards
Chris

chrisbeukman
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MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Reply
MrKDilkington
Hi chrisbeukman,

Do you have any redirects setup or add-ons that affect redirects like Under Construction?

What is the address of your website?
chrisbeukman replied on at Permalink Reply
chrisbeukman
Hi,

Thank you for the response.

As far as I know there is no redirects. Like I mentioned during editing everything works fine, but in normal mode only the home screen is displayed and if for example the contact page is selected it reopens the home page.

The name of the site is:http://www.newageportraits.co.za
MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Reply
MrKDilkington
@chrisbeukman

Ishttp://www.newageportraits.co.za... the concrete5 site you are working on?
chrisbeukman replied on at Permalink Reply
chrisbeukman
Yes, that is correct.
MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Reply
MrKDilkington
@chrisbeukman

That page doesn't not appear to be a concrete5 generated page.
chrisbeukman replied on at Permalink Reply
chrisbeukman
That is weird. I am definitively using Concrete5 to do the development and making use of the “Fruitful” free theme that was available. I have also used some of the other free themes and all of them had the same issue.
Justin1978 replied on at Permalink Reply
Justin1978
There's definitely some redirecting going on. There's a 302 redirect on the contact page. You can check that by entering the url of the contact page here :http://www.redirect-checker.org/index.php....

If you are running Apache you should check your .htaccess file in your website's route folder for any line containing lines like this :

Redirect 302 /events/some-event    /en/events/some-event


In edit mode the page urls generally have the index.php?cID={number} format which would make them slip through the the redirect rules. The redirect rules could also be located in a higher folder of you webserver in a htaccess file or in the webserver config file. It all depends where you are hosting.

It could also be an addon like MrKDilkington describes.
chrisbeukman replied on at Permalink Reply
chrisbeukman
It seems to be the problem.

Thanks
webpresso replied on at Permalink Reply
webpresso
Have you checked your .htaccess file in root folder (eg. public_html)? There could be some redirecting roules. You have installed your concrete5 site in a subdirectory and perhaps set some rules on the parent folder of /nap/ which are causing these troubles.

And it seems a good point that Justin1978 describes: the redirect takes no effect in logged in state. Because it uses the page ids as reference. So have a look in that file for a specific rule.