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Previous versions of ExpressionEngine are available on Github: See the guidance If you're installing from the repository but you should already have a config.php to use. v2.11.9 is currently here:


I believe this is the right file If you're upgrading a site from an earlier EE version, remember to follow the instruction under the heading "If you're installing from the repository". You may already have an existing system/user/config/config.php file with variable assignations that ...


It sounds like what you need is a conditional to set the value for the return parameter for your freeform tag. Hard to say more without more information on what you are trying to do / what your template looks like and knowledge of the versions of EE and Freeform you have installed. But roughly something like this... {exp:freeform:form return=" ...


Just found out the answer. I had to add quotation marks around the {field:value} conditional. Below is an example. {form:fields} {if "{field:value}" != ''} {field:label} : {field:value} {/if} {/form:fields}


Even though your EE2 installs (that are 2.11.9) should be PHP 7.1 compatible, that doesn't mean that your add-on's are. I know @JCOGS recommended renaming your third_party as a way to test, but I don't believe that is the best method for testing a base install with all third party software disabled. Make sure that you have debug in your index.php set to 1. ...


I want to post an update to this question for EE 5 because the current answer is pretty outdated. In order to set a member's password in the DB, you'll need to know what the hash algorithm is. From /system/ee/legacy/libraries/Auth.php we can see the possible options that EE might use: private $hash_algos = array( 128 => 'sha512', 64 =&...

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