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 I've started the FProxy server, but I get an error in the Frosmo Debugger

To debug the problem:

  1. In the Frosmo Debugger, select FProxy, and hover your mouse over the FProxy server error text. A tooltip opens with detailed information about the error.

    Debugging an FProxy server error in the Frosmo Debugger

  2. Check that you have entered the correct FProxy server URL and port number in the Frosmo Debugger. Verify the URL and port number from the terminal status message you got after starting the server. If the URL or port number is incorrect, enter the correct value in the Frosmo Debugger, and reload the page.
  3. Check that the FProxy server is running. Go to the server address in your browser (http://localhost:<port> or https://localhost:<port>). If you get a connection error page, the server is not running. Start the server, and reload the page.
  4. Check that your browser can access the FProxy server. Go to the server address in your browser (http://localhost:<port> or https://localhost:<port>). If you get an insecure connection error page, your browser cannot access the server. Install the SSL certificate for the server on your browser.
 I wrote the content for a new modification / a new variation in an existing modification, but FProxy throws an error when I try to upload the content.
You can only upload content for modifications and variations that already exist in the Frosmo back end. If you want to create a new modification or a new variation to an existing modification, you must first create the modification or variation through the Frosmo Control Panel or the Graniitti API.
 I removed a modification / a variation in the Frosmo Control Panel, but the content for it is still in my local file system
FProxy does not automatically remove the downloaded content for modifications that have since been removed from the Frosmo back end. You must manually remove the content files.
 I edited a modification, but I'm not seeing the changes on the page

To debug the problem:

  1. In the Frosmo Debugger, select FProxy, and check if the FProxy server field is showing an error. If it is, follow the instructions for "I've started the FProxy server, but I get an error in the Frosmo Debugger" above.
  2. If the problem persists, check the FProxy server requests for errors:
    1. Open Developer Tools, and select Network.
    2. Filter the requests by "localhost".
    3. Check if the page is making requests to the FProxy server URL and port number without errors.
    4. If there are errors, check what they are.
  3. If there are no request errors, check in the page DOM whether the updated content is present. If the content is in the DOM, but it's not visible on the page, check your CSS definitions.
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