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Umm index.php /* * -------------------------------------------------------------------- * Error Reporting * -------------------------------------------------------------------- * * PHP and database errors are normally displayed dynamically based * on the authorization level of each user accessing your site. * This variable allows the error ...


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This is not currently possible with Store - the way Omnipay is integrated with its abstracted settings methods it only looks in the database. A good feature request for Vector though! (Likewise for CartThrob.)


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Yes! There's an EE3-ready version available on GitHub now: https://github.com/focuslabllc/ee-master-config/tree/EE3


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I recently had this same issue. I resolved this way. I pointed my staging domain to: | staging_subdirectory / public_html And file structure looked like this: --system --config --public_html | |staging_subdirectory -system -config -public_html -index.php -admin.php -etc. I deployed production to / and staging to /...


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EE has set default x_frame_options as SAMEORIGIN. You can change that from config but they don't allow you to set anything outside of there radar. You have limited options that is: 'DENY', 'SAMEORIGIN', 'NONE'. See there core code in /system/ee/legacy/libraries/Core.php * Set iFrame Headers * * A security precaution to prevent iFraming of the site to ...


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Think you're missing some key CE Image config variables - ce_image_current_domain and ce_image_document_root. I've got this setup using static.domain as the URL. Here's my config settings... Set some variables... $config['static_url'] = "http://static.${_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']}"; $config['static_path'] = "/...path-to.../static-ar/www/"; Set the upload ...


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I'm glad you asked! $config['cache_driver'] = 'memcached'; $config['memcached'] = array( array( 'host' => '/var/tmp/memcached.sock', 'port' => 0, 'weight' => 1, ) ); Adding that to your config.php should do the trick, assuming you list the correct socket location and port. (this is me answering my own question, because I searched ...


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So the answer to this was actually simpler than I thought. In index.php of the secondary site we set $base_path = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']; and then $assign_to_config['tmpl_file_basepath'] = $base_path . '/../../templates'; I also had to do the same thing with the path to snippets & Low Variables.


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