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Started by Owdy, March 25, 2005, 03:21:27 AM
Quote from: megacelt on March 29, 2005, 10:37:29 PM1. I have a backup of my current board under public_html/smfbackup/smf while my live version is under public_html/smf. I am thinking that logging into the backup, applying the backup to it as a test and fix would be the way to go. But when I try to do this, I wind up being logged into the live directory version instead. Suggestions?
Quote2. What is the best approach to cleaning my errors in altering default theme files mixed up with alterations to the non-standard files?
QuoteLast, just to make sure I have rehabilitated my thinking, I should, when needing to modify a file that is not currently in my working theme, copy a version from the default theme, modify it, and put it in my working theme. Correct?
Quote from: simstim on March 30, 2005, 01:14:32 AMI've upgraded from 1.0.2 to 1.0.3 using the manual package. Everything works fine, except that the main forum page has for some reason become accessible to registered members only. Unregisered visitors see the "Only registered members are allowed to access this section" message. How can I change this setting?
QuoteDuplicate entry '0-4' for key 2File: /home/wiztom/public_html/SMF_forum/Sources/SplitTopics.phpLine: 358Note: It appears that your database may require an upgrade. Your forum files are currently at version SMF 1.0.2, whereas your database is at version SMF 1.0. It is recommended that you execute the latest version of upgrade.php.
Quote from: [UnknownThere's a setting in Edit Features and Options to allow guests to do more than just login or register. I don't remember it's name off hand, but just search for "guests" on that page.-[Unknown]
Quote from: Jazhawk on March 30, 2005, 12:38:14 AMQuote from: [Unknown] on March 29, 2005, 06:56:59 PMI'm afraid the failure means that it's not automatically updatable. This likely means you have modified it - which is a bad idea for the default theme.-[Unknown]I get the same display.php update failure but I didn't modify the default template. At least not deliberately.-Jazhawk
Quote from: [Unknown] on March 29, 2005, 06:56:59 PMI'm afraid the failure means that it's not automatically updatable. This likely means you have modified it - which is a bad idea for the default theme.-[Unknown]
Quote from: shishira on March 30, 2005, 09:04:15 AMumnn when is 1.1 expected ?