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How to tell Geeklog to hide a port number


Anonymous

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It seems in trying to hide my port number from a web forwarded request, Geeklog has to double check the address which makes it go into an infinite loop... I do not wish to 1 pixel frame the solution as it will cause problems on logging it so is their a way to tell Geeklog not to double check or to fix the address but to simply accept it? I can map my domain to any part of Geeklog but trying to hide my port number takes Geeklog into an infinite loop... Can someone help provide some insight and hopefully a good idea about the matter? Thank you
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Dirk

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Not sure if I understand your problem correctly, but I think you want to remove (or comment out) the piece of code in index.php between the require_once('lib-common.php'); and $display = ''; lines (leave those two lines alone, only remove / comment out what's between them). bye, Dirk
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Anonymous

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Thank you Dirk, but no cigar Frown Now the page comes back completely broken away from the stylesheet... I am just trying to hide a port number... Any more ideas? Thank you
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