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"really-static" - no errors but not working? (3 posts)

  1. joo-joo
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hello,
    it seems I am doing some mistake - REALLY STATIC is not working for me... But I cannot see any problem with configuration:

    - Error log OK, that is messages like this
    15 Oct 2010 18:32:42: writing: /........../index.html 16152 Byte
    15 Oct 2010 18:32:41: get http://..........
    - "static" folder: HTML files are OK

    The site's response looks like the same with/without plugin activated.
    But I am sure that when the plugin is activated the web is still generated from database:

    - for test purposes I HAVE CHANGED slightly a text in one of index.html file in "static folder", nevertheless - the site showed me the original version without this change. What more, if I change folder name from "static" via FTP to "static_xxx" still no problem - web is in full operation - generated from DB. In that case I expected some fatal failure.

    I must something miss...
    Do you have any ideas?
    Thanks a lot for your comments!

  2. Erik
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hey,
    did you pointet your domain to static folder or is it still pointet to the wordpress folder?
    Please use the debug function, so that i can have a look on your configuration!

    greatings
    Erik

  3. joo-joo
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi,
    that was standard default configuration, cached files: "work with local filesystem" on my website. Maybe it is something related to my shared hosting (because I was not able to use neither HyperCache, there is safe_mode = on, disabled php.ini online changes etc.)

    But I must admit, for my purposes probably ReallyStatic is not an optimal solution (standard WP "CMS system", a couple of pages), so I settled on QuickCache at last. It is nothing against your plugin, of course!!

    With best regards, joo

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