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Hello everyone! I'm just about finished developing my site on my localhost (MAMP) with ProcessWire and I'm wondering what I need to do to migrate my site off my local server onto my hosted server. I want to make sure I know all the steps before I start in case I miss something. The database name has changed as the server automatically names databases and users—they differ from ones I've originally created—so I'll need to change any instances of the database name and user. I'm guessing I modify the config.php file to match the new credentials. Is that it? Are there anymore instances I need to worry about, e.g. in the SQL file? Other than modifying the config.php file, re-uploading all the files and importing the SQL file, is there anything that I'm missing? From what I've read in other posts, it seems that migrating ProcessWire should be easier than WordPress. I just wanted to confirm steps before I start in case I run into problems later on for doing it wrong now. Thank you for your help! Tina
Hi, I try to move my website. I already moved the database, changed the config.php content, but I get: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_VARIABLE in www/v3/index.php on line 106 the line 106 contains: $config->paths = clone $config->urls; What did I miss?
I'm getting my feet wet with PW... Today I'm trying to build a basic portfolio site. One of the things I need are categories. I know by now how to accomplish this. However, while creating pages and doing tests, I wondered: Is there a special module that allows you to move several pages at once? Batcher doesn't have this, as far as I can see. Also, is it correct that with the current default "move" action within the pages menu, you can't put a page inside another page i.e. container page? You can always just move one page at a time within the same hierarchy level. I think it would be a very nice-to-have feature in the admin section (or as an optional module). I also looked up the database: "pages_parents" would probably be the place where to manually change parents via SQL. But I'm not sure how to use that, when there are multiple parents, i.e. a container-page is nested inside one or two other pages deep. Perhaps there's a tiny little thing I've been missing? Would you rather use the API to set a new parent for dozens of pages?