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28 October 2009 at 1:13am Last edited: 4 November 2009 1:07am
since a few days i got some problem with one of my customers Silverstripe-Hosting (hosting at Strato in Germany):
If I watch the site via Opera or Firefox all of the assets-files are shown. Additionally the administration-login works with no problem.
If I watch the site via Internet Explorer 8 all of the images and files, uploaded via assets-management ar not shown. The path for the files is correct. Additionally the administration-login fails, because i got redirected after entering my login-data to the address ".../Security/Security/LoginForm". Normally that should be ".../Security/LoginForm".
In my base-htaccess-file i got "RewriteBase /". Also i got the "<base href"-tag in my page.ss-file.
One thing that came into my mind was the missing "Slash" for the path of the assets-files. But how can i tell Silvertripe to put a single "/" into my assets-files iÂ´m putting on the site?
If you want to take a look at the problem please visit http://www.geiger-personalconsult.de (for example the Image under the menue "vita")
Maybe someone can help me out here.
Thank you in advance for your effort,
29 October 2009 at 3:46am
I know, but itÂ´s redirecting me to ".../Security/Security/LoginForm"
I think itÂ´s because the previous "/" is missing. At the image-path AND also at the form-action-path. So IE8 is not using the root-path (e.g. http://www.geiger-personalconsult.de/), instead itÂ´s using "http://www.geiger-personalconsult.de/Security/".
I have no clue why this is happening.
3 November 2009 at 11:28am
I am having the exact same issues with a client, using vista and IE 8
3 November 2009 at 8:43pm
As you can see here (http://blogs.msdn.com/ieinternals/archive/2009/07/27/Bugs-in-the-IE8-Lookahead-Downloader.aspx) there is a bug in IE8 called "The BASE Bug". But as you can read it should be fixed already.
Also iÂ´m confused, that it has to do with the bug mentioned above, because other silverstripe-installations on other hosting-partners do not have this problem.
Still have no clue
4 November 2009 at 1:07am
Obviously the file "Page.ss" was edited with an editor who put cryptic special characters before the starting <html>-tag (maybe some UTF-8?). In my editor that characters werenÂ´t visible. Only copying the source-code from the IE8 into my editor made that charactes visible to me.
After i cleaned the file "Page.ss" and uploaded it, the site is rendering without any problem again.
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