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Hi everyone. 



I am trying to get my site online (which i made on my pc on localhost whith the help of wampserver.)
i've placed the database in hte myadmin from my host en also uploaded the whole site (www map) tot the server of my host.
so far so good. no error's there.
BUT when i go to the url of my website ( www.sandraspetsparadise.nl ) i see, whel at least something. But it's totally wrong🙈
i gues i probabbly have made a mistake somewhere. 
could it be in the config.php? (one of the 2...or both?)
 

in localhost my site looks fine.(see attatched file)

please help, i have not much experrience and are really a "dummy" when it comes to the more "special"programming problems and errors.

best regards, 
Sandra 

 

website localhostweergave.jpg

website online weergave .jpg

Edited by sandrasp
forgot the printscreen of the online version of my site

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See here. Did you upload your images? If you did, it is probably due to your configure file not being setup correctly. You can post it here but leave out the database details at the bottom of it.

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I would strongly torecommend to restart and use Phoenix for you shop.

 

You now have a  new shop which starts looking extremely old fashioned.

Second: As Jack says, never overwrite the configuration tables when moving.

Edited by René H4

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Thanks Jack_mcs and René H4! for replying on my Question😊

Yes the immages are uploades. So I have to take another look at my configure files.
I had made a backup before making the changes and uploading it. and yes i let it overwrite. Did not know that could cause problems.
So i go kopie my backup again and make the changes in the files and then uploading it . but will first delete the config files which are online at the momen. SO that it does'nt "overwright"
Hope that wil work.
when not. I'm  going to place the code from the config files (whithout my DB login info😉)here.

by the way. Yes I know  that my site wil look quite old fashioned.  And i'm also currently looking into finding another eccommerce program...It's a hobby of mine, so i have not the meanings to go and pay for software. BUT for now, i hope to get this one working so my custommers can shop aggain. (my previous website collapsed to an extend beyond my abbility to find the problem)

 

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The css of the site isn't being seen. Either on its own or via a template.

This is a path issue.

Check your IP address or domain name that replaces localhost is at the same level as localhost was.
 

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I would also add your footer banner is linked too this OsCommerce site and not back to your home page.

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18 minutes ago, Nige-A said:

I would also add your footer banner is linked too this OsCommerce site and not back to your home page.

Thanks!. i didn't notice that!  I put that on my to do list 😁

 

 

36 minutes ago, Nige-A said:

The css of the site isn't being seen. Either on its own or via a template.

This is a path issue.

Check your IP address or domain name that replaces localhost is at the same level as localhost was.
 

thanx, i've checked and checked . and found a few lines  in the code that i thougt might be wrong and changed it line by line.
(trying out my side every time i changed 1 line to see what effect it has) and finally i have it done...

 

BUT....

now comes a weird thing.
when I open my site in firefox, it looks the way it should be.
when I open it on microsoft Edge on my pc...it looks all wrong.

so i asked my boyfriend to open in on his pc.
it is looking as it should be on google chrome, firefox AND on microsoft Edge.....😲

How is that possible???? that on MY pc in Microsoft Edge it looks wrong and on his pc looks good?
 



 

 


 

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9 minutes ago, René H4 said:

Probably cache. Clear the cache and you will be allright.

YEs! that was it! 😀
I shoud have thought of that🙈🙈 😂

thanks all of you for helping out!🌹

know i'm going to find a solution for a much bigger problem. the SSL error the site is giving when i want to log in my admin and when the customers want to create an account. (they cannot at this momen i discoverd)
sadly my localhost didn't give these errors.😢

for further help on that...(in case I'm not able to figure it out)  should i make a new topic, or can i post it here?

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If you have your web site, database, domain name all on the same hosting area, localhost would still have worked because localhost would be correct for such a setup.

 

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You have your shop in a subdirectory (/shop). You might want to look if the SSL settings are correct for this.

 

 

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