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File Paths Incorrect

Thread began 11/21/2009 12:07 pm by rc1data | Last modified 11/23/2009 2:18 pm by rc1data | 3289 views | 11 replies



Thanks for the reply. The DB stuff and install is all fine. The install process is slick isn't it? No issues there at all.

I have a hosting account with GoDaddy. I have unlimited space, so I host about 20 websites under that one hosting plan. So, within what I am calling the root folder of the hosting account, I have a folder for each website I host.

The globals.php file sets the path for everything based on $_SERVER['Document_Root']. This causes paths to be created that don't actually exist.

When I install PowerGallery under the domain name that the hosting account is built on, and run it under that domain, it works fine.

I just need to make some adjustments to that Globals.php file, but my php skills just aren't strong enough.

I hope this makes a little more sense.

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