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Topic: Joomla (Read 4597 times) previous topic - next topic

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Re: Joomla
Reply #15
In the initial install I get this. Should I leave it as is?

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Re: Joomla
Reply #16


Well you just convinced me to delete 1.5 and load 1.7. No reason to do all of it and just have to do it again. When installing it with host gator should I use something after the / or just leave it?


If you're building a site I would put it in a subfolder and hide it from search engines (use robots.txt file to disallow all bots)


You mean until it goes live right? I find it's easy to create a sub domain in CPanel and assign it's own folder there (not in public_html). Build it there and then when ready move it to public_html and modify the configuration.php file to pint to the new location.
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Re: Joomla
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In the initial install I get this. Should I leave it as is?


Yest, if you have the files in public_html. If you placed the files in a folder inside of public_html then you need to enter that folder name in that box.
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Re: Joomla
Reply #18
I have jack shit anywhere. This it totally from scratch. I obviously need to build it somewhere then transfer it when it goes live. I'm just bumbling around this with no clue.
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Re: Joomla
Reply #19
Create sub domain called

beta.ontargetprinting.com in the folder

/beta

not public_html/beta

It will create the beta folder for you. Then copy the joomla compressed installer to this folder and within the CPanel file manger select the compressed file and click the uncompress button.

Not sure on joomla but you may need to create the database and assign it permissions before you start the install You will need the name of your database and the user name you assiged to the database. All done in the database manager in CPanel.

then start the installer by entering

http://beta.ontargetprinting.com/

in the browser. Follow the prompts and make sure you install the sample data or you'll be lost.
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Re: Joomla
Reply #20
Meet ya at the boozer tonight, F-bomb. :hello:
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So,  :drunk3: i send the job to the rip with live transparecy (v 1.7 or whatever) and it craps out with a memory error.

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Re: Joomla
Reply #21
Think I've got that down, now on to creating articles with some bacon ipsum filler.

Might leave early and pick up another 64oz prepress energy drink.

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Slavery still exists, they just changed the name to prepress.

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Re: Joomla
Reply #22
Our new newspaper site is set to launch this week for work. Probably on Thursday if I don't commit suicide before then. :hangme:
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Re: Joomla
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cool, you build it all?
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Re: Joomla
Reply #24

Think I've got that down, now on to creating articles with some bacon ipsum filler.

Might leave early and pick up another 64oz prepress energy drink.




Hey, that's some local stuff. I have a couple of those bottles sitting on the fridge.  :goodpost:
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Re: Joomla
Reply #25

cool, you build it all?


Yes. 100% me...well other than a real designer doing some of the design. I did the technical side. No one else to blame!
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Re: Joomla
Reply #26
I can't wait to see it so I can more closely feel your pain.
Hicks • Cross • Carlin • Kinison • Parker • Stone •  Colbert • Hedberg • Stanhope • Burr

"As much as I'd like your guns I prefer your buns." - The G

So,  :drunk3: i send the job to the rip with live transparecy (v 1.7 or whatever) and it craps out with a memory error.

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Re: Joomla
Reply #27
yes Joe, you must share....

the web site, not so much the pain and blame.

:laugh:
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Re: Joomla
Reply #28
I will once it goes public. It is not a W2P site for our commercial printing business or anything like that. It is just a web site for our local small town newspaper that we own. Mostly just local news and events.
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Re: Joomla
Reply #29
Finally finished this up yesterday. Whew....
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