Content appears twice when i click edit

I have a weird problem with my drupal

When i click edit , for book pages or pages, i see the content twice (all content)

if i clicked submit the article appears two times ! like 2 exact copies above each other

in the view mode it appears normal as long as i didn't submit the duplicate content

any ideas?

Somebody please help! Can't log in as admin anymore, log in module gone!... (OAuth Connector)


As the title says - I can't log in as administrator over my own website anymore...
We're using the OAuth connector module to be able to log in with our google account and it's the only log in we use.
Unfortunately, the button has completely disappeared and I have no clue why.

The simple log in should look like this:

But the button is gone and now it looks like this:

Problems accessing admin area after enabling SSL

i migrated to SSL then added those lines to .htacess

RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off [OR]
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^mysite\.com$ [NC,OR]
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^(www.)?my2nddomain\.com$ [NC]
RewriteRule ^{REQUEST_URI} [NE,L,R=301]

right after that the admin area became inaccessible giving error saying incorrect redirect
rest of site worked fine

so I added this line

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/admin

Redirect page

We have a TinyURL that points to an incorrect page on our site, i.e., it points to and it really should be pointing to Can we create the Books page and have it automatically redirect to the BestBooks page somehow?

The actual URLs are more complicated than this of course and include many existing pages with variations by year.

Multiple organization site question

Apologies now if this isn't the right location for this question. I'm new to Drupal. My company had developed at Drupal site that allowed multiple clients to login and access various features/functions/documentation several years ago. The developers who built it did not document it and have since left the company. The situation I'm facing now is the need to migrate the site to new hardware, along with DNS, network/firewalls, etc.

Changing table name 'users' to avoid mySQL injection

Is there a way to change the table name users after a mySQL attack, presumably an injection? I've changed all the usernames for now, but am wondering if there is something I can do through Drupal.


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