Error 404 page loading


#1

When the Infinity free has changed its server, from than some of the users going to my 404 error page. Not every user is facing this problem but some of them. Yes, you said that it will cause errors while changing theserver but I think the server has been changed. But still some users are experiencing it


#2

I’m sorry, but I don’t understand your message. We never changed servers.

Are you referring to the storage migration by any chance? We changed the storage system, which caused entire accounts to only show 404 errors while the migration was in progress. But the servers themselves were never changed.

However, that migration was completed many weeks ago, so whatever you’re experiencing, it’s not part of the migration.

Can you please explain exactly what you see? Please include screenshots or URLs to help explain what you see and give people something to check.


#3

ya sorry. I meant to say storage migration. Actually it is showing 404 error when sometime not everytime


#4

@download said:
ya sorry. I meant to say storage migration. Actually it is showing 404 error when sometime not everytime

Can you please explain exactly what you see? Please include screenshots or URLs to help explain what you see and give people something to check.


#5

your folder is called younGinspiration

but your links use

http://solutiongeek.in/Blog/younDinspiration/kizora/kizora.inc.php
http://solutiongeek.in/Blog/younDinspiration/foodbymood/foodbymood.inc.php


#6

btw. you have one paradox :smiley:

you use cloudflare but you are declared in your .htaccess file to not use the cache !!

Cache-Control = no-cache, no-store, must-revalidate

example for this file http://solutiongeek.in/SOLUTION.css

CF-Cache-Status = MISS


#7

in your case: css, jpg ,pdf (none of these extensions are served through the cloudflare server)

which means you’re losing this : reduced server load, bandwidth savings, more performance, sites load twice as fast, etc.


#8

Yeah, I am not using cloud fare because I don’t know what is the purpose of cloudfare in the website and the most important thing I don’t know how to activate it.


#9

@Admin said:

@download said:
ya sorry. I meant to say storage migration. Actually it is showing 404 error when sometime not everytime

Can you please explain exactly what you see? Please include screenshots or URLs to help explain what you see and give people something to check.
For uploading, I don’t have any url for my Image it is stored in my PC


#10

@download said:
Yeah, I am not using cloud fare because I don’t know what is the purpose of cloudfare

you use cloudflare !!


#11

@Admin said:
I’m sorry, but I don’t understand your message. We never changed servers.

Are you referring to the storage migration by any chance? We changed the storage system, which caused entire accounts to only show 404 errors while the migration was in progress. But the servers themselves were never changed.

However, that migration was completed many weeks ago, so whatever you’re experiencing, it’s not part of the migration.

Can you please explain exactly what you see? Please include screenshots or URLs to help explain what you see and give people something to check.

please respond to my enquiry, its emergency for me sir


#12

@OxyDac said:

@download said:
Yeah, I am not using cloud fare because I don’t know what is the purpose of cloudfare

you use cloudflare !!

I tried once to activate cloud fare to bring that secure green lock in the http field, that green lock never appeared so I gave up on cloud fare and now you said that cloud fare is activated but I don’t see any results
How to get benefits of cloud fare, guide me


#13

how much I could see a large part of your site is static (except A.)
and it could be all just html and not php (less depends on the server’s “mood”)
also it would be easier for you to configure cloudflare to do hard cache
(cache everything) from html to css, ico, pdf, jpg…(yes, even the entire html site)
for at least 30 days of the time span

and if you make some changes (some updates) then just click purge all from cache section in cludflare

the first question is whether you are satisfied with your site and is it even completed?

A. this form does not perform any verification http://solutiongeek.in/formpage.php
that’s what I suppose is the only page that has some query string ("?" mark or sim. in URL)
and submit button work even when all fields are empty !
(spam + someone can send a lot of https req. just by constantly clicking on that button )

long ago you said that you do not want your users to have a pages stored in the cache (Paradox)

so you should first remove that part from the .htaccess file (regarding the cache)

Fix any URL within your site where there is a spacing and add “%20” (URL encoding)
as I told you a long time ago


but first we go step by step

did you use integrated cloudflare from CP or have an acc on cloudflare page?

and please think about everything I wrote up and when you decide let me know

after that I or someone will write the answer/procedure
although it has been described on several occasions here on the forum or on net.
(only you might not have waited long enough to see that green lock)


#14

I integrated cloudfare from cp, not created an account in Cloudflare

The reason why I didn’t want to store cache because when users go back from one page to another page they see the same website with old version means if I do some changes then that changes are not visible to them. Until they clear cache, I never found a solution for this issue

Yes I will remove that Formpage

I will also add that %20, as there are many pages so I will do one by one


#15

@download said:
The reason why I didn’t want to store cache because when users go back from one page to another page they see the same website with old version means if I do some changes then that changes are not visible to them. Until they clear cache, I never found a solution for this issue

That’s essentially the point of using cache. The idea is that most websites are viewed a lot more than they are edited. If a website is viewed every minute, but is only updated once per week, do you really need to check whether there are changes every minute? For most websites, this makes no sense, so the fact that changes are not immediately visible is an acceptable loss.

Also, Cloudflare primarily caches stuff like CSS, JS and image files. So, if you have a blog, a new blog post would be visible immediately (assuming the browser fetches a new page rather than showing the old page when clicking the back button), but any design changes would take a bit longer to take effect.