Problem with navigation

I work with my db with following .htaccess conf: Options All -Indexes

RewriteEngine On

RewriteRule ^([-a-zA-Z0-9]+)$ index.php?route=$1

When I upload to online server the navigation not works shows 404 not found and work well.

Options All -Indexes

RewriteEngine On

Redirect Trailing Slashes…

RewriteRule ^([-a-zA-Z0-9]+)$ index.php?route=$1

Handle Front Controller…

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteRule ^ index.php [L]

Now I change to EXE but when I click on navigation it pops up save dialog box :disappointed_relieved: help me how I fix that.

instead of redirect to home show save dialog

htaccess is not support by EXEout. It does not run apache…

thanks is there easy way to redirect.I have home page after login then two more pages can not access.

I have faced issues “kind of” like yours. What I did was was use a cavewoman style.

What I mean is, I used if and else php statements. if = something, do it or else.

Not ideal but may give you some ideas.

thanks I write my code with htaccess conf:
if(isset($_SESSION[“loggedIn”]) && $_SESSION[“loggedIn”] == “ok”){

  echo '<div class="wrapper">';
  include "modules/header.php";
  include "modules/sidebar.php";

    if ($_GET["route"] == 'home' || 
        $_GET["route"] == 'users' ||
        $_GET["route"] == 'lists' ||
        $_GET["route"] == 'items' ||

        $_GET["route"] == 'logout'){

      include "modules/".$_GET["route"].".php";


       include "modules/404.php";


    include "modules/home.php";

  include "modules/footer.php";

  echo '</div>';

  include "modules/login.php";
 require_once "controllers/template.controller.php";

require_once “controllers/users.controller.php”;
require_once “controllers/lists.controller.php”;
require_once “controllers/items.controller.php”;

require_once “models/users.model.php”;
require_once “models/lists.model.php”;
require_once “models/items.model.php”;

$template = new ControllerTemplate();
$template -> ctrTemplate();

my htaccess :
RewriteEngine On
RewriteRule ^([-a-zA-Z0-9]+)$ index.php?route=$1

Can tell you are advanced coder:)

When I first started with exeout, took many hours finding work arounds because cannot use htaccess. The scripting is very powerful but I have never mastered it and wish exeout people would write up good examples / cookbook.

thanks I read many articles and questions all of them saying without apache htaccess there is no way. but I think we can do it on HEScript.

You can define redirection rules in HEScript as explained in the documentation:

or define a router in PHP (a router script) and define it as the startup URL (or define it in your PHP script that plays the role of the index page):

resolved by using complete URL.

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