I am having issues with accessing the QGIS Web Client on a remote web browser despite getting a working GetCapabilities request.
I have been able to install QGIS Server and QGIS Web Client on the localhost with success using Ubuntu/Debian. As a result, on the local server, I am able to open up a web browser and go to the url: qgis-web-client.localhost and access the default client landing page and open up the local maps, helloworld and naturalearth_110million, with success. Further, I am able to insert new QGIS project files into the same folder where helloworld and naturalearth_110million reside and update the client landing page with success on the localhost.
However, when it comes to a remote browser, I am not able to access the client landing page with all of the created QGIS projects.
I have tried a few different combinations for the installation of QGIS Web Client to enable the remote web browser to no avail: 1. I installed QGIS Web Client on my local directory "/home/johndoe" by performing "git clone https://github.com/qgis/qgis-web-client.git" and then entering in "sudo ./install.sh ~/qgis-web-client/projects" 2. On a separate server machine, I also attempted to install QGIS Web Client on my the directory "/var/www/html" by performing "git clone https://github.com/qgis/qgis-web-client.git" and then entering in "sudo ./install.sh /var/www/html/qgis-web-client/projects"
Are there any tips for configuring QGIS Web Client via Ubuntu/Debian so that a remote web browser may access the data accordingly?