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September 3, 2012 at 10:31 am #15965
I configured and customized my theme (only logo, colors, standard settings in the Flaslight panel) and some custom styles in the customs.css file. In my local server al is working fine (customizations, pages, menus, galleries, posts… all! ), but I have problems moving the site to the production server.
I tried with this methods.
1 – Installing a new WordPress site in the productions server (activating the pluguins and theme, and uploading my uploads folder), after that I tried to execute the import/export tool… but, not works.
2 – Uploading all my site folder to the production server, exporting and importing the database, and executing de serach/replace plugin to change all the strings with “localhost…” with the domain, but not works…
I need your help because I can’t work directly with the real server…
Thanks!September 4, 2012 at 6:28 pm #89645
There are not answers for my problem?
I dedicated a lot of time trying to solve it, but nothing, not works like my localhost site. I can configure all the site (menu, post, pages, custom.css), but not detects the slides, my custom logo…
Help me please ;-(
Thanks,September 4, 2012 at 7:12 pm #89646
All of the options are store in the options table of wordpress. Specifically, you’ll need to export and bring over the avia_options_flashlight entries and make sure they get loaded into the live options table.
DevinSeptember 4, 2012 at 8:56 pm #89647
I checked the avia_options_flashlight entry in the options table and are the the same that de local server (except the path domain)…. What can I do?
legogrSeptember 5, 2012 at 7:23 pm #89648
That it is an issue with the framework which means you would need to re-build the site on the live server in order to get things up and running.
I’m going to close this topic since the other one has the same issue and Kriesi has already been alerted to it.
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