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  • #2378

    Hi, just installed kiwitrees but not new to PhPGedView & webtrees. I viewed the list of media files I’ve uploaded and it shows my .htaccess file. Why?

    I do have a setting via my web host to prevent linking to all image & pdf files so believe the .htaccess is because of that, that’s not the problem. It’s that it the showing in the media list.

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  • #2379

    I’ll take a closer look at this next week, but for now can you provide an image of that part of your media list. I suspect it might contain a clue.

    But, you don’t need that linking protection. The code inherently blocks direct linking to all media.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #2380

    No hurry. The link protection is set for all my subdomains so my install is part of the subdirectory. Because I still have FAQs and “pages” external to my site (slowly learning your simple_pages), I don’t want to remove it yet.

    Believe the attached is what you request.

    )PS: No data included on my setup as I couldn’t find place for signature)

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    Alter-Drukarsh Connections 3.3.10b/the Garelicks <family members only>

    The Royals | The Kennedys |The Gerrer Rabbis 3.3.10b <.rbcsolutions.ca>

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