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Alright. I was able to fix it. On admin-header.php I changed:
<link rel=”stylesheet” href=”<?php bb_uri(‘bb-admin/style-rtl.css’
<link rel=”stylesheet” href=”<?php bb_uri(‘/bb-admin/style-rtl.css’
I added the “/” before bb-admin. I don’t have a clue why that was giving me trouble but thanks a lot gerik, you definitely got me thinking in the right direction! Thank you!
Hey gerik. I checked and all permissions are set to 755 as they should. Plus, I’m really not having problems with my templates, just the administration end. Do you have a clue what might be wrong?
Any clue on what the RewriteCond code for this would be? I’ve been trying to look this up but haven’t found anything yet.
Thanks Chris and Ipstenu for your reply. I will give it a try and report back!
Hello Ipstenu, thanks for your response. Sorry, I should have mentioned that the new bbpress board is actually on the same folder as the previous phpbb one (/forum), however, I get people coming from google trying to find phpbb pages like:
,but the new pages now look more like: forum/topic.php?id=38 on bbpress.
I was wondering if there’s a code I can add so people coming from google at least can be redirected to the forum’s index, right now they’re getting a 404 (sorry, I said 401 previously) because the old page can’t be found.
At least until google indexes everything again.
Oh man, I wish everything in life was this simple. It worked perfectly. I was able to change the value back down to what it should be, no problems whatsoever. I did some testing too and everything seems to be working ok.
Thanks for your response man. There are only three users as of now affected by this issue. I would have no problem deleting them and resetting the ID as you mentioned. Is this a simple thing to do, how do I do it?
I know how to access phpMyAdmin, and I can see the ID table: