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  • [Site Builder] Tabbed content w/ HTML modules = 403 forbidden

    So, I recently created a tabbed container with multiple links to emulator pages & downloads - external links & files.

    Since then, inexplicably, the page now simply states: 403, forbidden.
    "You do not have permission to access this document".

    As you can no doubt work out - I have no means to edit the content to fix the issue, at least not through the suite builder.

    Can I access somewhere pages created from the sitebuilder within the ACP? I see the CMS area but I don't see the pages in there...


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    ETA:

    Further research has shown if i manually type the URL or follow the navlink (created by site-builder) it fails to load, showing the above error (403)

    However, if I enable "edit site" toggle button to 'yes' and then click the "Pages" button (between 'channels' & 'new page') , revealing the unique pages - I can then access the page, without issue.

    The ONLY difference I can find is when it (the page) starts with capital 'E', it works - when it starts with lower-case 'e', it doesn't work.

    I have no idea how to resolve this?

    I have resolved this!

    Nonetheless, it seems bizarre that it's suddenly become a problem. It's worked fine without any changes forever - until this morning, when it suddenly stopped working without explanation.

    Having tinkered with it, I found that the link worked when going from the site-builder 'pages' section - but wouldn't when using the navbar link (that had worked faultlessly previously). The only single difference I could find was a capital 'E'. I updated the navbar to reflect a capital 'E' - and now that works - yay!

    To see this yourself, visit these two identical urls:

    https://www.classic8bit.com/Emulators <---works
    https://www.classic8bit.com/emulators <---doesn't work
    Last edited by karlm; Tue 29th May '18, 1:12pm.
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    There is an issue with the tabbed content and having multiple modules of the same time within a single tab.

    You can see custom pages in Site Builder under Pages.
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    Wayne Luke
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    • karlm
      karlm commented
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      Having posted, and not refreshed, I have since found the resolve - seemingly - and corrected it to a working state. Thank you for your reply an hour back, I hadn't realised until after I'd updated my previous post with new details.

  • #3
    Originally posted by karlm View Post
    Having tinkered with it, I found that the link worked when going from the site-builder 'pages' section - but wouldn't when using the navbar link (that had worked faultlessly previously). The only single difference I could find was a capital 'E'. I updated the navbar to reflect a capital 'E' - and now that works - yay!

    To see this yourself, visit these two identical urls:

    https://www.classic8bit.com/Emulators <---works
    https://www.classic8bit.com/emulators <---doesn't work
    Those URLs are not identical. Any information after the TLD (.com/ in this case) is case sensitive within a URL.

    Translations provided by Google.

    Wayne Luke
    The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
    vBulletin 5 API - Full / Mobile
    Vote for your favorite feature requests and the bugs you want to see fixed.

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    • #4
      Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post

      Those URLs are not identical. Any information after the TLD (.com/ in this case) is case sensitive within a URL.
      You learn something new everyday... never knew that!
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