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path pointing to pre-live folder

Thread began 1/26/2011 7:07 am by Sally | Last modified 1/26/2011 2:03 pm by Sally | 745 views | 1 replies |

Sally

path pointing to pre-live folder

I set up my galleries and everything was fine until I went live. Now the site's photo page links point to the testing server folder. This creates havoc with the menu system for the photo page, plus I don't want the testing URL showing.

I was thinking I could go into PG's db and change the default path, but that's not the case. So my question is must I move all the pictures to the remote live directory and remake the galleries or is there an easier way to change everything. For example, is it possible to just copy the whole domain/test/powergallery/ folder and put it in /domain/powergallery/ and link to that from my photo page?

Thanks.

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Sally

It worked fine to just move the powergallery folder from the test folder to the live folder - they were on the same server. Then I did a find and replace on my DW photo page changing the test path to the live path.

All better. :)

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