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  • xEnde
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    Originally posted by sukagwe View Post
    check the config.php file both in root directory of your vb installation & in the /core/includes.
    make sure that all the file path is correct in the config.php

    check the .htaccess file
    make sure it has the url rewrite

    use new installation, new database.


    Added forum directory, still not working.

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    Originally posted by soniceffect View Post
    Have you uploaded the htaccess?
    Yes.

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  • soniceffect
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    Have you uploaded the htaccess?

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  • sukagwe
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    check the config.php file both in root directory of your vb installation & in the /core/includes.
    make sure that all the file path is correct in the config.php

    check the .htaccess file
    make sure it has the url rewrite

    use new installation, new database.

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  • xEnde
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    Try this: Download the package again, and reupload ALL the files in ASCII format.
    Same problem. :/

    Edit: Tried ziping up the upgrade files, and extracting it on the server, also did not work! :/
    Last edited by xEnde; Fri 14 Dec '12, 4:01pm.

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  • Mark.B
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    Try this: Download the package again, and reupload ALL the files in ASCII format.

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  • xEnde
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    Your CSS isn't loading.

    Check that you have your URLs set correctly in the "presentation" config.php file (the one in the root), and also in the AdminCP (if you can get in it).

    Any suggestions?
    Last edited by xEnde; Fri 14 Dec '12, 1:33pm.

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  • Mark.B
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    Your CSS isn't loading.

    Check that you have your URLs set correctly in the "presentation" config.php file (the one in the root), and also in the AdminCP (if you can get in it).

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  • xEnde
    started a topic Some type of error

    Some type of error

    Every time I install VB5, even after following every step, the forum looks like this:


    And advice? :3

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