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  • DemOnstar
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    Originally posted by Joe D. View Post
    Just look and see if it starts with http or https. Chrome auto hides the http. But if it is https it will show it.
    I will remember that for next time. Thanks.

    I think I will wait until I have it installed on localhost so I can do my design edits before uploading to live.
    Still stuck at step 11.

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/forum...79#post3960479

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  • BirdOPrey5
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    What URL are you typing into your web browser? What URL is shown in your browser address bar when you get these errors? Just look and see if it starts with http or https.

    Chrome auto hides the http. But if it is https it will show it.

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  • DemOnstar
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    Not sure how I am trying to connect. Where do I find this information?

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  • BirdOPrey5
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    Are you trying to connect via HTTPS or HTTP? You shouldn't be using HTTPS unless you have properly setup a security certificate which those errors say you did not.

    These aren't issues due to vBulletin, these are due to use of the HTTPS protocol without a trusted certificate. You would get these errors even trying to access a basic text file.

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  • DemOnstar
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    So maybe I should not upload the contents to a folder within the public_html folder. Do I upload to the first level or am I getting the link wrong?

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  • DemOnstar
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    I will try again later.
    Don't worry so much about me, I am in no hurry to go live as of yet, just want to familiarize myself with the procedure. Cheers Joe.....

  • DemOnstar
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    Ok, IE 10 is giving me this.

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  • DemOnstar
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    Clicking Add Exception doesn't do anything. Firefox.

    I will try IE 10.

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  • DemOnstar
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    Ok, first obstacle.

    Untrusted connection. I am with JustHost.com

    I will try again....

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  • DemOnstar
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    Ok, presuming all is correct up to now, I will attempt to navigate to the said folder. Thank you Joe, be right back.

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  • BirdOPrey5
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    Actually if you start the install it should automatically bring up the config file builder.

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  • DemOnstar
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    Successfully uploaded to the folder public_html/VB.

    Not tried the install yet, I believe there are config files to deal with.

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  • DemOnstar
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    Cheers Joe, I will upload the upload file contents to the public_html folder on Monday and then try the install. I will report here what happens.

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  • BirdOPrey5
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    On a brand new web hosting account, no you would not empty your public_html directory.

    If you had VB4 (or another version) already installed you should erase all the VB files however before upgrading. (and by erase, I mean move or otherwise get rid of but keep a backup of- just in case)

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  • DemOnstar
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    Bump..........

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