That's a nice idea. The extension you mention looks to be the perfect solution for this indeed. This code would need to be changed to useboogi wrote:Maybe mChat can integrate with it to have consistent link behaviour across all forum parts?
$(document).on();so that it also works with links in dynamically loaded content such as mChat messages. I'm sure Rich will take a look at it if you bring it to his attention.
I can see why it wouldn't work. But the thing is I had it working before with MOD and phpbb 3.0.kasimi wrote:It looks like you have configured some kind of catch-all route that displays a blog when browsing to a non-existing path, for example http://pholi.olilaf.com/forums/thisdoesnotexist. When mChat contacts your server it always gets back this blog content, so it's obvious why you get errors. You need to add an exception to whatever routing system you're using so that mChat and pretty much every other extension that uses custom routes can work correctly.
403 Forbiddenand renders the blog, so it appears you have configured your error page to be that blog. It isn't mChat's fault, it's a misconfigured server.
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403 Forbidden. Make sure to configure your web server to grant access to that file.
mchat.cssstylesheet is also missing on your server. Yes, upload everything again and watch out for any errors.