Backup those files BEFORE manually editing them
Started by Ronald, Oct 08, 2019, 08:50 AM
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Quote from: Bigguy on Oct 08, 2019, 08:56 AMThat's from SMF....I have never seen that one before...
Quote from: Skhilled on Oct 08, 2019, 10:19 AMUntil you settle on what you're going to do with your account domains and redirects you're going to have all kinds of problems.
Quote from: Skhilled on Oct 09, 2019, 10:18 AMYour hosting is not changing the account name which is the problem. When you change the main domain name you should also change the account name as well. They either don't know what they are doing or can just create a new account with the name change and move your account to the new account...or don't wish to for some reason...If they do not wish to make the change complete, then return everything to normal again. Then move the forum to a subdirectory, run repair_settings and make sure it works and then redirect the coffee domain to the seniors domain. Either way, if anyone tries to access either domain it should send them automatically to seniors.
Quote from: Skhilled on Oct 09, 2019, 11:15 AMDo you know how to drag and drop files into a different folder in cPanel's File Manager? If not, then copy the files or download them. Create a subdirectory and upload all of the files to it along with repair_settings.php. Run repair_settings.php and make the necessary changes. If you run seniorsforums.ca in a browser then it should work.Then you just have to create a redirect for the main account domain (coffeetimelimited.com, or whatever it is) to the new subdirectory for seniors. Both domains should then show the seniorsforums.ca forum.
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