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  1. I don't know anything about HTML. So this is a complete guess. But maybe you need some sort of padding. http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_padding.asp
  2. Not sure if I posted this before. I found this: https://www.invisionpower.com/support/kb/_/manually-disable-the-use-https-for-logins-setting-r68 but seems to require a download of IP. Board 3.4.7 tools 1.0.1 which I am unable to download from IP as I don't have an account. Anyone have this file? And no if it will work for IP board 3.4.6. Then I can probably disable https to log in. edit: Just had a thought. Is it possible to delete any files in the mysitename/cache directory? Seems to be some php files in there, but also I guess this is where the cache of the web files is temporally stored? Perhaps clearing this could fix something? I am guessing mysitename/cache/tmp folder is a temporally folder and I can delete all stuff in it? @laracroftonline I Don't think I answered your question directly. I am not using cloudfare. And I have tried removing the .htaccess and it doesn't resolve the issue The hosts response "On this issue you should contact the experts involved in your site development" So now I am screwed, haven't got a clue how to fix this so that I can get onto the admin login page. Is there anyone who is able to have a look at this and try to fix it? I am willing to pay for it. EDIT: This has now been completed fixed! With the help of a Russian programmer. For anyone who has the same issue. You need to re-enable SSL on the database and the run an upgrade script. I think this is relevant to what he did: https://www.invisionpower.com/support/kb/_/manually-disable-the-use-https-for-logins-setting-r68
  3. 2. We won't get far. Devlin is watching....
  4. @theezy I don't know if that's in the rules? Otherwise we could just tag team and win 6..
  5. Yea that was my conclusion too I have done that and unfortunatly it didn't work. The change of .htaccess name actually caused (after about 5min i think) the whole site from working, and was getting 404 messages.
  6. @theezy it's a paid host. but I have had many problems that they have fucked something up before. Once they stopped the site because they thought they had a complaint from the owner of the registered name. I was complaining how terrible their service was and I was the owner of the domain! They aren't the smartest of people. But maybe its because of language. No maybe not their fault. I just need to transfer to an english main speaking host. I found one I like, just waiting for the EPP code so I can buy and transfer over @Ragehost As far as I can work out, the SSL is fine. There is something causing too many redirects, I suspect that there is something linking to something then back to the same again in a vicious circle. I thought it would have been something in .htaccess so don't really understand why its not working
  7. @Ragehost Thanks for your reply! I found a .htaccess at public_html not sure if its supposed to be there? It seems empty so I deleted it. The .htaccess at public_html/myforumname I have changed the name. And that didn't resolve the fact that I can't log into admin. (I cleared the browser cache before testing) Do I need to recache on the server side rather than browser? (Not sure how to do this) Not sure what I am supposed to look at in that SSL check? Seems quite complicated. Certificate has a B rating. Is there something specify I should be looking at? I did a basic check on a different site and the SSL seem correct, correct common name and everything else was green and ticked. Thanks for your support on this! I am await an EPP code, and then I will begin transferring my website to another host, I am hoping that will resolve the issue with this if I can't resolve before.
  8. Yea sure. Unable to upload images for some reason. But via photo bucket hopefully this works... (I have edited out web address for security)
  9. The host has fixed the SSL and now it is displaying the correct SSL with correct common name. But when I try to go to https it says there are too many redirects. I presume in admin http is forwarding to https and back to http and so forth. Any ideas how to fix this? Please could someone tell me if this is the correct code for the .htaccess file, or if I have messed it up, what should it be? <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> Options -MultiViews RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteRule .(jpeg|jpg|gif|png)$ /public/404.php [NC,L] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule . /index.php [L] </IfModule>
  10. @laracroftonline <?php $INFO['sql_driver'] = 'mysql'; $INFO['sql_host'] = '127.0.0.1'; $INFO['sql_database'] = Hidden $INFO['sql_user'] = Hidden $INFO['sql_pass'] = Hidden $INFO['sql_tbl_prefix'] = ''; $INFO['sql_debug'] = '0'; $INFO['sql_charset'] = ''; $INFO['board_start'] = '1394362001'; $INFO['installed'] = '1'; $INFO['php_ext'] = 'php'; $INFO['safe_mode'] = '0'; $INFO['board_url'] = Hidden $INFO['banned_group'] = '5'; $INFO['admin_group'] = '4'; $INFO['guest_group'] = '2'; $INFO['member_group'] = '3'; $INFO['auth_group'] = '1'; $INFO['use_friendly_urls'] = '1'; $INFO['_jsDebug'] = '0'; $INFO['mysql_tbl_type'] = 'MyISAM'; define('IN_DEV', 0); /* Remote archive DB - complete these details if you're using a remote DB for the post archive. If content has already been archived in the local DB, this will need transferring and will not be done automatically. */ $INFO['archive_remote_sql_host'] = ''; $INFO['archive_remote_sql_database'] = ''; $INFO['archive_remote_sql_user'] = ''; $INFO['archive_remote_sql_pass'] = ''; $INFO['archive_remote_sql_charset'] = ''; ?> Thats the code in the config file. If it was opencart could just delete the 's' but i don't see anything related to http or https here :S I haven't tried, but I think I need this code... <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTPS} on RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} </IfModule>
  11. I thought it was better to have them as separate topics though incase others search for same thing in future. I will next time just make one topic. Chris' long list of many problems
  12. @Ragehost I didn't mean to post and then edit my initial post like that. My interest went so slow I thought it wasn't letting me post new content. I tried that and it doesn't work. But not to worry, thanks for trying. I need to fix it probably anyhow, I will just change webhost sometime this week. I am currently using reg.ru their english support on reg.com isn't very good, and my Russian isn't very good either not that their Russian support is that good either. I am going to change to a better host with better service, seems like its worth paying more if there is good service.
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