Cannot edit page that has redirect set

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Thanks for the module, works well. Even too well actually ;)
I get redirected away from the page even if want to edit it. This makes it impossible to actually publish the page or disable the redirect.

I fixed it by checking if the user is logged in in packages/page_redirect/controller.php :

On top, you need

use User;


Then, change the code to look like this:
//start checking if its a valid page
            if($page_selector > 0) {
                if(User::isLoggedIn()) {
                        return;
                }
}

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Status: In Progress
jvie
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Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
From the sitemap page in the dashboard you can select the page, then
attributes and disable the redirect.

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jvie replied on at Permalink Reply
jvie
Oh yes, good idea! Thanks!
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
shahroq
Hi Michael,
Is there another way to tell the add-on not to redirect in some cases? Maybe by sending a variable via the querystring?
Cheers,
jvie replied on at Permalink Reply
jvie
Most page attributes are accessible through the sitemap, even though the way to it is different. Publishing a change is a whole lot different, for example.
Unfortunately, there seems to be no way to change the URL slug through the sitemap.

I think I will revert to using the workaround above as I also find it easier to use the familiar interface to edit the page.
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
Not at the moment
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
shahroq
I ended up with this piece appended at the beginning of on_start() method, in case either you intended to consider it for the next version or anyone needed it:
$redirect = $_GET['redirect'] ?: '';
if ($redirect == 'halt') return;
blinkdesign replied on at Permalink Reply
blinkdesign
Thanks for publishing this snippet. It worked fine with Chrome and Firefox, but not with Safari.
I changed "301 Moved Permanently" to "302 Moved Temporarily" as Fabian Bitter suggests in his review to this Addon, and it works great.

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