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Changing the directory

Last updated on 12 years ago
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CursedSoul
Posted 12 years ago
Hello everybody... I need to change the installation directory of my php-fusion I want to make it from www.mysite.com to www.mysite.com/site is there anything that I need to know about the directory changing?

For example 2 or 3 infusions that I am using do I need to save the folder with them and after that upload them ?

I am waiting for your aswers thanks..
hamehame
Posted 12 years ago
use an FTP Client just drag and drop your files/folders to this new sub directory. Also I THINK you might have to change your configuration a little bit : /
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CursedSoul
Posted 12 years ago
I know that from main setting I shoud change the configuration, is it going to work with drag and drop ? I was thinking that first I'll have to install a new php-fusion after that I need to restore the DataBase and after that upload the infusions.... and it is becaming to hard for me. I'll try your way and I will write here how did it go. :)
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CursedSoul
Posted 12 years ago
Boys and girls I made it on my way, however I need to redirect it from www.site.com to www.site.com/site , can somebody tell me how can I redirect it ?!
HobbyManHobbyMan
Posted 12 years ago
Enter http://www.site.com/site/ in System Admin - Main Settings - Site URL:

Create an index file in www.site.com directory, call it index.html

In the head enter...

<META http-equiv="refresh" content="0; URL=http://www.site.com/site/index.html">

That'll redirect www.site.com to www.site.com/site
Edited by HobbyMan on 13-04-2009 22:52, 12 years ago
hamehame
Posted 12 years ago
ya forgot to mention that :) tx HobbyMan
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