Issues with port change

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Issues with port change

Postby palz » 06. June 2010 01:21

I recently changed my port from 8090 back to 80 because of a new ISP with static IPs. I modified httpd.conf to have port 80. Now, if I enter a folder, like:
http://palz.co.cc/folder in an <a> tag, it loads endlessly. I have to enter http://palz.co.cc/folder/index.html! Also, multiple other things, like a link loading:
http://palz.co.cc:8090/file.html instead of http://palz.co.cc/file.html.
Should I reinstall? Or what can ich do?
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Re: Issues with port change

Postby JonB » 06. June 2010 03:17

Use a professional editor to search through your files for the port # (8089) as a string in the code.

Many of them can search recursively through a folder and all the subfolders and find all the pages with the code string you are searching for. Dreamweaver can do this if you have it.

One that is free that can do this task in Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007. (yes its really a free download)

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Re: Issues with port change

Postby palz » 06. June 2010 03:27

Also es würde funktionieren, alles zu löschen und neu beginnen?

Should I start over?
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Re: Issues with port change

Postby JonB » 06. June 2010 13:41

I don't think that is necessary, but you will have to be the judge.

The purpose of the text editor, in this case, is to locate all the references to the port address so that you can change the code in the pages you already have.

I have no way to know how many pages you have in your website. If there are only a few pages, it may indeed be easiest to start over. If you have more than 10 or 15 pages, you may want to make the effort to edit them.

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Re: Issues with port change

Postby palz » 11. June 2010 23:20

I just made a new folder and added an index.html in the folder. I still must navigate to http://palz.co.cc/otherfolder/index.html to get to the index! So neither http://palz.co.cc/otherfolder nor http://palz.co.cc/otherfolder/ will get me there.
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