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  1. Hello Chris ... :)

     

    Thank you very much for your response ...

     

    I think I found a conflict with using Google's PageSpeed Service and the admin function of Prestashop. I'll use x's for privacy ...

     

    My store works fine at http://www.xxxx.com/index.php

     

    If I click on the admin access at http://www.xxxx.com/...irect=index.php, which used to work fine, I get the inability to login as shown in my first post.

     

    However, if I substitute the www.xxxx.com with the IP address of my site ie:

     

    http://12.34.55.166/...irect=index.php

     

    I'm able to login just fine to the admin area and use all the functions, but I get a message at the top that says..

     

    warn2.pngYou are currently connected with the following domain name: 12.34.55.166

    This domain is different from the main shop domain name set in "Preferences > SEO & URLs":

     

    So, I check the preferences and of course, it shows my domain as www.xxxx.com, which is correct, but Google PageSpeed Service caching doesn't like it for some reason.

     

    For now, I've been using it with the IP address direct and making my Admin changes...

     

    I asked Google support about it, but they sent me a bunch of "technobabble" that I don't understand..

     

    Dear Webmaster,

     

    Thank you for using PageSpeed Service (PSS).

     

    We suspect that some of the requests from PSS are not handled correctly by your origin servers because they always come from Google servers, and so a small set of IP address. To fix this situation, you will need to configure your origin server to read the IP adddress of the user from the "X-Forwarded-For" HTTP header, rather than the default set up. Please refer to your origin server's help guide for the exact set of steps to configure your origin server to use "X-Forwarded-For" HTTP header. More details can be found here https://developers.g...ss/faq#clientip

     

    Regards,

    The PageSpeed Service team

     

    Any idea what I should be fixing on my dedicated host server to solve their problem? I guess I could just cancel their service telling them it's incompatible with Prestashop and move on, but I do think it sppeeds up the site.

     

    Appreciate your feedback .. :)

     

    Regards,

    Doug

  2. Hello.. :)

     

    Ok, I have a bit of a crisis ..

     

    My Prestashop 1.4.6.2 store has been running fine for the lasy year....

     

    I have been able to access the Store Admin without any problems.

     

    I tried to access admin today using my standard admin email address and password, but all that would happen was the screen would "flash" and return to the login prompts. So, I thought maybe I had forgot my password or something like that. I had the admin screen send me a new password and I received the email with it. I then typed in the email address and new password, but it still just flashed the screen once and returned to the login screen, with no errors or explanation shpwing.

     

    The ONLY thing I've done since the last time I used the store admin screen, was to activate the use of Google's new PageSpeed service. Could that be a problem, even though I've told the PageSpeed to service NOT to cache any of my pages?

     

    I need to access my admin area and really need some help.

     

    Suggestions would be appreciated...

     

    Regards,

    Doug

  3. Hello all...

     

    We're running 1.4.6.2 along with

     

    logo.gifFeatured Products on the homepage v0.9 by PrestaShop

     

    It's set for 3 products per page. If add more than 1 item to the "home" category, then for some reason, it centers the first one in the middle of a lot of white space and puts the second (and third) items on the next line, compressing our introduction text to one side, which trys to wrap around it. (see pic)

     

    It doesn't matter whether I re-locate the module to the bottom of the page, as it does the same thing there as well.

     

    Can anyone help me out?

     

    Thanks ... :)

     

    Regards,

    Doug

     

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  4. Hmmm ... :D

     

    I'm just an end user who knows enough to be dangerous .... ;)

     

    I'm happy with 1.1.4 and it works fine displaying a single video in the tab, so I think we'll not tempt fate and update, unless for some reason in the future we need to add more then one video.

     

    Thank you for your work and support ... it is excellent ....

     

    Regards,

    Doug

  5. What I meant was ...

     

    I uninstalled 1.1.4 and installed 1.2.1 ...

     

    I continually got the error shown in my first post.

     

    I then uninstalled 1.2.1 and re-installed 1.1.4 and everything works fine again, except I only have the one video ability.

     

    Apparently, 1.2.1 doesn't want to work with my 1.4.6.2 Prestahop...

     

    Sorry for the confusion ....

     

    Regards,

    Doug

  6. I unzipped the new update and copied the folder to modules, over writing the previous version.

     

    All the videos that were attached to product ID's from the old version disappeared?

     

    So, I selected a product ID and tried to add a video back to it and get this error message...

     

    warning.gif Failed to save product video. Maybe non-existent or duplicate product id?

     

    So, what's happening?

     

    Thanks for any feedback...

     

    Regards,

    Doug

  7. A related but slightly different question, if someone could help me please?

     

    I was looking at the PHP info report and noticed this specific item.

     

    Current PHP variables…

     

    memory_limit

    Local Value 134217728

    Master Value 64M

     

    Since I've installed the PrestaShop on the same dedicated server as our vBulletin forums, I've been experiencing some anomalies and strange site outages. We've always run a caching program called vB Optimise for use with vBulletin (uses Memcache) without any problem and for some reason, since installing the shop, something is preventing the AJAX calls that vB Optimise performs for its self check, causing it to fail.

     

    So, I'm not a programmer, but I'm trying to track down what could possibly be the problem. The local master value for PHP memory used to be exactly the same as the local value, but now I notice that it's different, indicating that something new is causing the value to be increased to 128MB allocated for PHP Memory, over riding the master value of 64MB.

     

    Is it possible that some module in PrestaShop or it's add-ons is doing this and where can I check to validate if this increase value is coming from the programming of this new sshop environment.

     

    Thanks for any feedback .. :)

     

    Regards,

    Doug

  8.  

    Is need edit your data base in your cpanel phpMy Admin, search "faq_lang" table and change "id_faq" in order you need.

     

    Thanks, but I'm not a programmer... :)

     

    I was looking for a way of doing it within the Presta Shop admin options for the mod ...

     

    Regards,

    Doug

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