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  • While this is not really CMS related, this is done via the robots.txt file in the root of your site. You can read up on the rules for allowing/disallowing resources to the crawler here: https://developers.google.com/search/reference/robots_txt
  • I just submitted a test contact form and it went in just fine. I will also recommend that you use Google Recaptcha. The module supports it. Check the menu on the right-hand side.
    in Forms Comment by evgeni July 2019
  • This sounds like an issue with AJAX not finishing the request properly on time. You want to open the development console of the browser you use and see what is going on in terms of the request. It's more likely server issue than CMS.
    in Forms Comment by evgeni July 2019
  • Hi, Sorry for the late reply. Atlantis was not really designed to run like this but rather with Apache or Nginx. Can you run it as such and see if there are still issues?
  • @deltafrost Have your issue got resolved?
    in Menu Comment by evgeni December 2017
  • @deltafrost We will look into this and let you know shortly.
    in Menu Comment by evgeni December 2017
  • Hi and thanks! What do you mean by "marks"? Normally after you install this module you can go into Modules / Menus and visually create a new navigational menu using the module interface. If features a rich set of options to do so. Once you are ready…
    in Menu Comment by evgeni December 2017
  • Hi AZA, Sorry for the delayed response. You can see from the log that "unlink(D:\laragon\www\atl\resources/updater/1511820579.tmp): Resource temporarily unavailable" your webserver can't for some reason gain permissions to delete the file or rath…
  • Hi, We tried few different scenarios and we can't replicate your issue. Can you please open your .env file ( in the root folder of the site ) and change this APP_DEBUG=false to "true" and then see what error it will show ? Also is this on all modul…
  • We will look into this at let you know. Is this happening on particular module or all ? Can you provide a bit more information on which step is this happening?
  • @KingRichard are you sure your webserver is obeying and loading the provided .htaccess file?
  • Hm, well, Atlantis comes with Laravel but as the docs state it won't work with its default structure like "public" folder also comes with its own .htaccess, so I don't think you can do that.
  • How do you find your experience with the rest of the system so far anyway?
    in Forms Comment by evgeni March 2017
  • I see your point, we can look into that into an upcoming update. Please check back for an update sometime next week!
    in Forms Comment by evgeni March 2017
  • Hi, there are a few ways to overload the recipient of the form ( you can check here - http://www.atlantis-cms.com/atlantis-modules-tutorials ) , and for each of the form fields you can select to be used as a reply-to address ( "use as reply-to addre…
    in Forms Comment by evgeni March 2017
  • Hi, I am not really sure what you are doing but the source is meant to run from apache or nginx, we have not designed it to run the way you are describing. Please use one of those two servers and it should be fine.
  • @gwleuverink You can pull an update with "composer update" there is an additional security rule added. Thanks for your feedback.
  • @gwleuverink : Appreciate your questions. If you inspect the htaccess file that comes with A3 you will see that we block the access to a lot of places public is not suppose to see. As a matter of fact even not all media files are allowed ( you can s…
  • @selase Thanks! We are trying our best but we also have daytime jobs, hopefully we can get some people involved to help us push this forward, but I do appreciate what you're saying.
  • @gwleuverink : Hello. Atlantis is designed to be easy to be installed on shared hosts and it does not require any specific webroot setup. Its enough to point your server to the index file in the root folder of the install to make it run. That being …
  • @selase : I am sorry about that, we will add this to the documentation. After your install the way to access the admin is going to /admin on your host. As the docs state the default login is user: admin , password: admin123 . Once you are logged i…
  • Just as a small clarification in case you're trying to search for the public folder. There is no need for that - we have redesigned the code a bit so its very easy to be installed on shared hosts or environments where people don't get an easy access…

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