World in 35mm Template help.
I just wanted to start off first by giving my apologies.
I attempted to search the forum for some info in relation to my problem regarding this template but I didn't quite find what I was looking for. I will say, that there is one part to the mod that I have not yet done, and that I am slightly confused about.
Copy addons/theworldin35mm.php to the addons/ directory in your pixelpost installation.
Edit addons/theworldin35mm.php, if using Google Analytics enter site number, fill in values for SITE_AUTHOR, SITE_EMAIL, etc.
Activate theworldin35mm addon in Pixelpost ADMIN page (In the Addons Section)
Copy addons/paged_archive.php to the addons/ directory in your pixelpost installation. (be sure to backup your original one)
Activate Paged Archive addon in Pixelpost ADMIN page (In the Addons Section)
Copy the theworldin35mm folder in your templates directory in the Pixelpost installation.
Choose theworldin35mm template in options menu in the Pixelpost ADMIN pages.
Create a file called ".htaccess" (without quotes) in the base of your Pixelpost installation.
Modify your .htaccess file with rewrite rules shown below
(NOTE: .htaccess file starts with a dot!!! and RewriteBase needs to the path in the URL, e.g. if your website is http://example.com/pixelpost/, then RewriteBase should be "RewriteBase /pixelpost", not "RewriteBase /")
I've done the bolded part, but I don't know that that last part means.
If you go to my site www.lui-mallozzi.com you can see the site is up and looking good. However, if you click browse or downloads or about, the screen just goes blank.
How do I fix this? I'm not technically-inclined and I need all the help I can get. I'm really not too good at this stuff, but I'm willing to learn.
Can anyone help?
you need to put the put the rewrite rules in the file you created.
so, create a file called .htaccess in the base of your pixelpost installation. then put the rewrite rules, copy-and-paste from the README.txt file included with the download into the .htaccess file.
Just be sure your .htaccess filename starts with a DOT.
Of course, your Apache or IIS webserver installation needs to have mod_rewrite support also. You have to ask your HOSTING company if they support that. Almost all do.
By creating the .htaccess file I'm basically making a text file, adding the coding and then renaming it as .htaccess correct? When I log via FTP I see this folder system:
My pixel post installation is installed in my httpdocs folder. That is where I'm uploading this .htaccess file correct?
My .htaccess file looks like this:
RewriteRule ^(about|downloads)/?$ index.php?x=$1
RewriteRule ^browse/?$ index.php?x=browse
RewriteRule ^browse/([1-9][0-9]*)/?$ index.php?x=browse&pagenum=$1
RewriteRule ^browse/category/([1-9][0-9]*)/?$ index.php?x=browse&category=$1
RewriteRule ^browse/category/([1-9][0-9]*)/([1-9][0-9]*)/?$ index.php?x=browse&category=$1&pagenum=$2
RewriteRule ^browse/archive/(19|20)([0-9][0-9])[-](0[1-9]|1)/monthname/([^/]+)/?$ index.php?x=browse&archivedate=$1$2-$3&monthname=$4
RewriteRule ^browse/archive/(19|20)([0-9][0-9])[-](0[1-9]|1)/monthname/([^/]+)/([1-9][0-9]*)/?$ index.php?x=browse&archivedate=$1$2-$3&monthname=$4&pagenum=$5
RewriteRule ^browse/tag/([^/]+)/?$ index.php?x=browse&tag=$1
RewriteRule ^browse/tag/([^/]+)/([1-9][0-9]*)/?$ index.php?x=browse&tag=$1&pagenum=$2
RewriteRule ^comment/submit$ index.php?x=save_comment
RewriteRule ^comment/([0-9]+)$ index.php?popup=comment&showimage=$1
RewriteRule ^(p|photo)/([0-9]+)$ index.php?showimage=$2
RewriteRule ^(p|photo)/([0-9]+)/rating/([1-5])$ index.php?showimage=$2&rating=$3
RewriteRule ^t/latest/?$ index.php?showthumb=latest&thumbtag=image
RewriteRule ^feeds/(rss|atom).xml$ index.php?x=$1
I just don't understand the modification part. What and where do I modify it?
Thank you for the help guys!
Or is it something else that is considered the "base" of your installation.
See a short, non-edited, no sound video @ http://theworldin35mm.org/downloads. I am going to try and edit something in the future, but hopefully this is enough to clear people's confusion.
Here are my files...
Error 500 in this case points to your Apache configuration was not setup with mod_rewrite support.
You can try wrapping the rewrite rules with this
You can still use the template, but you have to manually change the links back to the old style, stuff like
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