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Re: INFO: Bad HTTP_REFERER

There we go, got it to work, I used http://www.xn--einhrjar-3za.se/forum as base url, and it seems to have done the trick.
Thanks guys smile

//Jocke

Re: INFO: Bad HTTP_REFERER

Can someone help me?
No matter what i do Bad http_referer pops up, I am with freehostia hosting, I put the folders in "http://xserm.freehostia.com/forum/" so since it says not to put the trailing slash my base url is "http://xserm.freehostia.com/forum" right? Thats what I have and it keeps bringing up that message, I have tried all the things it has said to do like cutting off my ad blocker, im using mozilla Firefox and i have avg anti-virus, is my browser or anti-virus messing it up?
any help is appricated.

178 (edited by KAPiTA 2008-06-23 04:28)

Re: INFO: Bad HTTP_REFERER

ok

my base url is set to http://freskindee.com/forums

but i think i want it set to http://freskindee.com/forum but i cannot "save changed" without it giving me error sad

please help

179 (edited by Juvenaly 2008-09-13 08:44)

Re: INFO: Bad HTTP_REFERER

Ok, I seem to be having the issue with bad referrer and it happens when I try and view a certain part of my forum. There is also the issue of no info on my viewforum.php page, but I will post regarding that in a new topic.

To see the issue: http://www.orthopraxisforums.com/viewforum.php?id=19

What seemed to have caused this was I moved my forum from a sub directory to my root directory. It seems I can create new topics and those work and all of the info is populated, but for some reason the old info does not show. I found this topic but the solution is not clear to me. I think I have narrows the issue down to my topics table and the id field. I am just not sure how to fix this...

Any help is appreciated.

Juvenaly

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Thank you all for a great thread, my problems are now solved!

Re: INFO: Bad HTTP_REFERER

Remove /index.php at the end. Your Base URL should be
http://ganymede.hbv.hik.se/~kr11am/applikation

Re: INFO: Bad HTTP_REFERER

Are you try this on several browsers? I Recommend first shot would be to reinstall Internet Explorer (I may assume you use IE because this sounds like a true IE problem. The preceding www. before your 'true address' is something I've already heard of. May be persistent even if you flush cache, something weird...