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Moved store index file

Thread began 10/23/2013 12:24 pm by jo271221 | Last modified 11/12/2013 3:20 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1277 views | 8 replies |

jo271221

Moved store index file

I set up my store in a directory STORE - http://teamropingdvds.com/Store/
Then I moved the index file to the root and named it index2.php for now. (We will want this to be the home page soon.)
And I get this error
Warning: require_once(../Store/install/webassist/themes/theme_open.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/teamropi/public_html/index2.php on line 5

Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required '../Store/install/webassist/themes/theme_open.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/teamropi/public_html/index2.php on line 5

If I resolve that by removing it and just adding simple include file it still does not work and I also get an error from the bottom of the page. I am guessing I need to modify the top and bottom of the page but I am unsure what modifications to make.
TOP - open theme
<?php
if(file_exists('webassist')) {
require_once('/Store/webassist/themes/theme_open.php');
} else {
require_once('../Store/install/webassist/themes/theme_open.php');
}
$WAIncludeContent = new WA_Include(__FILE__);
?>
Bottom - Close Theme
<?php
if(file_exists('webassist')) {
require_once('Store/webassist/themes/theme_close.php');
} else {
require_once('Store/install/webassist/themes/theme_close.php');
}
?>

Attached Files
WebAssist-PStore-RopingDVDScomindex2.pdf
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

moving the store index file is not supported.

if you want the store to be at the site root, you should install the store at the site root, other wise, you will need to have your own site index file that contains a link to the store files.

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jo271221

Moving Store Files

Ok, Since I have already installed the store at the site root what do you suggest? Can I great a template and theme using the same style sheet and include the navigation menu with framework builder? This may come in handy for making addtl pages using dreamweaver rather than the CMS. Can I simply move all the files on the server and will everything just work or is there an addtl step? Thank You,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

best would be to move the site files from the Store folder to the site root. you may have to fix some paths in editable content areas for links or images, but that should be about it.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

if you want the site to be at the root, you should install it at the root.

it sounds like when you moved the files, DW gave the option to adjust paths and you selected yes. the paths in the files should not change.

I wou;d sugest adding fresh power store files at the root of the site and re re running the installation.

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jo271221

Files were zipped and unzipped on the server, not DW

No, I did not move the files in DW. I was careful NOT to since I was aware of the path issue. I zipped the files in the Store directory, moved the entire zip file to the root and unzipped it. Guess I am out a bunch of time and my client that was working on this site can now see my mess. I am now checking to see if what needs to be done to re-install as far as the license. I am guessing just reset activation. Is that right? Thanks,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Try Deleting the themes/temp_editing/ folder to have it recreated.

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jo271221

I deleted everything which also required removing the tables from the database (thus deleting my products and categories) and started over. I saved the custom theme and was able to republish it and tweek things from there. Lesson learned.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the power store theme engine looks at the page name and uses the home theme if the file is named index.php and uses the page theme if it is not, there is not a way around that, it is the way power store theming is set up.

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