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  • john_rsd
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    Thanks Wayne

    No idea how I manage to get there but sorted now. Now i know how to fix it I will see if I can retrace my steps as I only used Site Builder and the AdminCP. Nothing funky. If I can nail what I did I will repost.

    - John

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Sorry. it is attached now.

  • john_rsd
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    what attachment ?

  • Wayne Luke
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    1. Unzip the attached file.
    2. Upload the resulting routefix.phar to your server.
    3. Load this in your browser.
    4. It will list and enable you to delete orphaned pages.

    If the file downloads and does not present a web page, then ask your hosting provider to allow PHAR files through the web server. You can find examples of doing this here: https://cweiske.de/tagebuch/phar-webserver.htm

    A PHAR is like a compressed PHP file.
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  • Invalid Node ID specified when accessing Pages

    OK, I broke it

    After sorting around pages, channels and figuring out how the node id etc works, whatever I did on the way I managed to break it.

    Now when I hit "pages" from site builder I just get an error message.

    Error:Invalid node id specified

    It has been something I have done between trying out custome pages, trying to remove them, moving navbars etc. to work around not having collapsable categories.

    So i was messing around trying to have the groups listed as pages along the top nav bar which is unused, that way folks can hit what most interestes them.

    I am off insearch of some of the tutorials just now to try and understand the hierarchy and dependencies more but short term is there any way for me to correct this.

    Cheers

    john

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