I love gpeasy and will use it for costumers with small sites, which will be able to change the content easiely.
I have tested gpeasy on local xampp-installation and everything works fine.
But when i moved the site to my webserver, the site doesn't work at all. No error page, no browser message.
My provider (hosteurope.de) doesn't allow .htaccess files. Might this by the reason ? What can i do to get it work?
I red the issues about .htaccess and index.php in this forum, but i can't see a solution.
Maybe someone can help me.
gpEasy is designed to work without .htaccess, but the server still has to meet some requirements (these are checked during the installation process).
When you moved your site to your webserver, did you copy everything over including the /data, /include, /index.php and /.htaccess files? If so, you could try deleting the .htaccess file.
To move to a different server, I would recommend doing a fresh install on the new server, then once installed correctly, copy the /data directory of your local copy to the remote server.
If none of this works, you can also turn debug mode on to see what kind of errors are occurring.
Thanks for your answer Josh,
i have made a fresh installation on the server. It works o.k.
Then i loaded my theme/layout to the themes folder and i see it in the layout administration. But when i tried to make my layout to the default layout by clicking on the color, i get an empty page.
Then i loaded my data-folder to the server, but now i get a empty page when i load the index.php.
So i will try to turn dabug mode on and and will report what happens
One consideration I forgot to mention about uploading the data folder to your remote server is that the file permissions might not be set up correctly. If you find changes aren't being saved, make sure the /data folder and all of it's contents are writable. Most FTP clients have the ability to change permission.
Glad doing a fresh install worked.
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