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Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
10
comment Standard Wordpress mod_rewrite rules interacting with one of my own rules are causing all requests for a certain page to be sent to the homepage
Technically this was the solution, however from a Wordpress perspective something got completely mangled. The formatting of the page was without CSS when a user would click on the /order/ page. However, clicks away from that page to a different URL within the site would be regular HTTP. I'm looking at Wordpress plugins that handle forcing HTTPS on specific pages since it seems that Wordpress prefers to have things like this handled within the application.
Jun
10
accepted Standard Wordpress mod_rewrite rules interacting with one of my own rules are causing all requests for a certain page to be sent to the homepage
Jun
7
comment Standard Wordpress mod_rewrite rules interacting with one of my own rules are causing all requests for a certain page to be sent to the homepage
@JCL1178 You are the second person to recommend that plugin! I'm considering the plugin, but now I'd really like to understand the logic that is eluding me in the mod_rewrite rules. I will fight to the death! =)
Jun
7
asked Standard Wordpress mod_rewrite rules interacting with one of my own rules are causing all requests for a certain page to be sent to the homepage
Jun
6
comment Redirecting one page to HTTPS, and all others back to HTTP isn't working as expected
That was it. I saw the pattern problem just as you commented.
Jun
6
accepted Redirecting one page to HTTPS, and all others back to HTTP isn't working as expected
Jun
6
awarded  Commentator
Jun
6
comment Redirecting one page to HTTPS, and all others back to HTTP isn't working as expected
@TimFountain Wow, you beat my by seven seconds! If you put that as the answer, I'll accept it. That's what it was.
Jun
6
comment Redirecting one page to HTTPS, and all others back to HTTP isn't working as expected
@rossnz Okay, done!
Jun
6
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
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awarded  Editor
Jun
6
revised Redirecting one page to HTTPS, and all others back to HTTP isn't working as expected
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Jun
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asked Redirecting one page to HTTPS, and all others back to HTTP isn't working as expected
Jan
26
comment How can donations be accepted in international currency and be paid out in USD?
Accepted because ultimately you may run out of currencies that your gateway accepts and will then have to make your own portal to multiple gateways.
Jan
26
awarded  Scholar
Jan
26
accepted How can donations be accepted in international currency and be paid out in USD?
Jan
25
comment How can donations be accepted in international currency and be paid out in USD?
@toomanyairmiles Sadly, one of the countries that this organization does work in is India. Well, it's not sad that they work for India, but rather sad that there could be major trouble with accepting donations from supporters there. Can you elaborate just a little bit more? I'd like to know better how to search out others who might have had similar problems.
Jan
25
comment How can donations be accepted in international currency and be paid out in USD?
That's certainly an interesting proposition. I am skeptical of the longevity of BitCoin-to-tender transfers. Thanks for the different point of view!
Jan
25
comment How can donations be accepted in international currency and be paid out in USD?
So have a nice web form on our site that will allow the user to choose their currency and then, based on that choice, send the transaction to the correct gateway.