[Pro] data file - WEBYEP **URGENT**

Hi guys,

build a site using FW & WP!!

Implemented most of site via webyep using a TEST space!!!

www.domain.com/test/index.php

I now want it to go live

www.domain.com

Can I use the data files inside the webyep-system folder that are on the server already within the live www.domain.com site?

To save me having to upload it all again?

Help please ASAP

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open documents within data folder with a texteditor and seek for all:

test/index.php (whatever number here)

and turn it into

/index.php

Repeat this for all your

test/otherpages.php

This should do the trick.

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Hi Thomas,

Thanks for your repy!

I’m not quite sure if I can do what I’m asking…

I have a (test) site www.domain.com/test2012/index.php

I have build 95% via webyep & is ready to go live on www.domain.com

But if I put all my FW files in the root folder I loose all the data/webyep work I have done!!! :frowning:

How do I re-link the data, in the webyep-system folder to the root (www.domain.com) rather than wher eit currently is on the test site www.domain.com/test2012/index.php

Or do I have to do it all again!!! Please no!!!

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I did it with the above mentioned method several times myself so why shouldn’t this work for you as well?

It depends where the webyep-system folder is located. Usually it is on the main root level (no need to put it in a subfolder).

The document file is something like the index. All pages situated on the main root level have:

/index.php
/pageone.php

all pages in a subfolder have

/subfolder/index.php
/subfolder/pageone.php

So where is the problem? Seek the document file and tell me what you see. Nothin’ to be scared of.

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You mean inside the webyep-system folder there is a DATA folder!

Inside that is a file called:

documents, with this inside it:

/Y_TEST2012/index.php	1

/Y_TEST2012/dance.php	2

/Y_TEST2012/classes.php	3

/Y_TEST2012/dates.php	4

/Y_TEST2012/competitions.php	5

/Y_TEST2012/exams.php	6

/Y_TEST2012/shows.php	7

/Y_TEST2012/gallery.php	8

/Y_TEST2012/contactus.php	9

/Y_TEST2012/showcase.php	10

/Y_TEST2012/privacypolicy.php	11

/Y_TEST2012/cookies.php	12

/Y_TEST2012/forum.php	13

/Y_TEST2012/error.php	14

/Y_TEST2012/successful.php	15

/index.php	16

Is this what you mean Thomas?

so it becomes…

/index.php	1

/dance.php	2

/classes.php	3

And so on!!!

Is this correct? thanks so much Thomas

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…except of the Y_ prefix that I can’t deal with it, cause you said the dev folder is name “test2012”.

So if the subfolder has been named:

Y_Test2012

than this is the method that should work.

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Thanks that worked!!! :wink:

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