404 Error after install
Sendy uses URLs without extensions, also known as 'Pretty URLs'. Instead of using URLs that ends like this
/login.php, it uses URLs that ends like this
/login. If you get a 404 error at the login page after installation, check the following list:
- Did you upload Sendy's .htaccess file?
- Try adding
RewriteBase /sendyafter the line
RewriteEngine Onin Sendy's .htaccess file (if your Sendy URL looks like this https://mydomain.com/sendy). Or add
RewriteBase /if your Sendy URL looks like this https://sendy.mydomain.com.
- If you setup your own server, ensure
AllowOverride Allis set in your Apache's httpd.conf instead of
AllowOverride Noneso that Sendy's .htaccess file is not ignored by your server. Remember to reboot Apache after making changes to httpd.conf.
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