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Hi All

Not sure if this is the right spot, but we have some places where we have the following error.

When inspection the urls: it shown the domain double shown:

The page does not exist

Error: 1S160/2

examples: 

Online users - filters to show logged in users: https://www.pc-helpforum.be/online/://www.pc-helpforum.be/online/?filter=filter_loggedin

User Profile activity https://www.pc-helpforum.be/www.pc-helpforum.be/profile/42603-pietvis1962/content/

or admin user searches: https://www.pc-helpforum.be/admincp/://www.pc-helpforum.be/adminpchcontrol/?adsess=15e9f2d2e8f0742e6bf4b9a74343fc0c&app=core&module=members&controller=members&sortby=joined&sortdirection=desc&quicksearch=user

 

Also, when pressing Edit a post, instead of showing the edition, it show the forum index into that area:

 

Regular topic, forums show no issues, 

 

Already disabled all plugins and set default theme.

Any advise?

 

Thanks Karel

Edited by KarelPCH
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1 hour ago, bfarber said:

What do you have for the base_url in conf_global.php? It should be a full valid URL including a protocol (i.e. it should not start with "://" or "//" or something like that, but rather "https://").

3rd party scripts non explain why they extract such url.
Here's an example - if you're using the Chrome tool to extract critical css, here's what a font link is extracted from, for example, this site:

@font-face { font-family: icomoon; src: url("https://dne4i5cb88590.cloudfront.net/invisioncommunity.com/applications/core/interface/font/icomoon.eot#iefix-29n77j")...

This link as you can check is non-existent.
In sites that do not use the CDN, the link has the following content.

@font-face { font-family: icomoon; src: url("https://yoursite.com/yoursite.com/applications/core/interface/font/icomoon.eot#iefix-29n77j")

So I wrote above that one of the scripts used causes the same issue with double domain repetition

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