I have a web site that i have to change the domian of, [url removed, login to view] to your-norfolk.co.uk..
I have made all alterations and now have the new site online but i have one big puzzling problem that i just cannot understand...
On the site(s) is a php Business Directorys so i exported the mysql data to the new mysql and all seem fine..
The problem is that even though both sites have the same files and simular mysql and php versions the new site (your-norfolk) runs into problem when i alter the path to the BizDirectory in mysql
example: log in to [url removed, login to view] here [Business Directory] and log in using USER: bolty2 PASS: lkjhgfdsa and when you click on 'manage' you will see two listings listed and everything is fine...
However is you go to this site which uses the exact same files and mysql data you will find small errors everywhere..
example 2 : log in to [url removed, login to view] here [Business Directory] and log in using USER: bolty2 PASS: lkjhgfdsa and you will find a few bugs and it will not display the listings..
The only differences i can find is the yournorwich uses mysql [url removed, login to view] and your-norfolk uses mysql 4.1.20.
The php for yournorwich is 4.47 and your-norfolk is 4.39...
The only other change is the path to the directory pages set in mysql...
If you need more guidance then please let me know..
Thanks for looking
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