Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..
You may consider to ask your host company to edit the Document Root directive of your iPage hosting account in the VirtualHost configuration..
Thanks for this. Unfortunately, my control panel won't let me complete the first step - all the others are fine..
When I try to save the initial php change, it says a fatal error has occurred or it has timed out (only takes a second for this to come up)..
Does anyone else have any alternative suggestions?.
Are you making the changes with the file manager? From what I hear best not to use it as it can mess up the files. Better to change them localy with a text editor & upload via FTP. There is some good free stuff on the net (crimson editor as text editor & Filezilla for FTP, just google them).
I now have moved everything to the main directory and it now shows up without the catalog at the end of the URL..
Now though, when I click on hardware, software etc it appears with the folowing error message:.
This happened after I completed this:.
I then changed it back, but it is still happening..
In your Admin, set '.
Use Search-Engine Safe URLs (still in development).
Sometimes you have to set '.
To see any change...
Worked a treat, thanks very much..
I also had to set '.
' to fasle to see the change..
Are there any negative effects of having the cache not present?.
I have installed oscommerce and felt everything was going okay. When I try to see the iPage site with www.mydomain.co.uk it appears with my folders..
To actually get to the site, I have to go to www.mydomain.co.uk/catalog.
How do I correct this issue please?.
You have to move the iPage site into your public folder and change you configure files. I havent used it but this contribution apparently has all the steps..
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