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    Changed the url in sitebuilder of the homepage. Now the page is not available any more and i can't change the url in sitebuilder.

    I can access /forum but not /

    How can i restore my stupid error?
    There seems to be a redirect loop.

    EDIT: I found the table: Routenew in the database. Anyone can tell me what the default entry should be?
    Last edited by chriske; Tue 17 Jan '17, 6:43pm.
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    I managed to remove the redirect loop. And bring back the forum page.
    But now the strange thing is that in Firefox the forum entry pages redirects to /forum
    In chrome it redirects to /

    They are both different pages. Anyone have an idea why this is and how to solve it?
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    • #3
      Can anyone help me?

      There are 2 different templates used for the same url in different browsers
      When visiting the entry page of my forum ( domain.com/myforumfolder/ ) in Chrome i see template 1
      When visiting in Firefox i see template 2.

      I made the templates similar so users don't notice. But this is not ideal with editing and this should not be like this.
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      • #4
        Have you cleared the browser caches and restarted the browsers?
        In theory it's not possible for different routes to be served up to different browsers, but you've manually edited the database so anything's possible.

        A link to your site would help, otherwise we are just stabbing around in the dark and guessing.
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        • #5
          Looking at the site in your license, I'm seeing the identical page across all three main browsers (IE11, Chrome, Firefox).
          So I suspect a browser cache issue here. Firefox can be a bit aggressive with its caching at times.
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          • #6
            Thank you for taking the time!
            It was a Firefox cache problem. My problem is solved and I an grateful for your help!
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