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PW problem after moving to other host

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Hi folks,

I'm currently busy with a very simple website for a friend. I made it on my own VPS and everything works great. Now moving to a clients server.

I had to uncomment the following lines to prevent the 500 error.

# Options -Indexes
# Options +FollowSymLinks
# Options +SymLinksifOwnerMatch


In the .htaccess file and everything works fine... atleast I tought. I logged in, everything seems to be fine (see first screenshot)
But then I want to Edit the page, and there it seems to be a little buggy... (see second screenshot).

I tried to download and upload again, but that didn't work out either. I can't find the solution, can someone help me out?

Thanks in advance!

 

 

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Do you see any errors in the browser's developer console, or any not loaded scripts in its network tab?

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@BitPoet

Thanks for your reaction, I added a screenshot below with the errors...
I somehow assumed it would be there since the dropdowns also didn't work (like on the profilename on the right top corner)

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@Troost, if you open the network tab and then look at what's failing to load when you try to edit a page, you may get a better idea of what's not being loaded correctly. You'll be looking for 404 or 403 errors for the most part.

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8 hours ago, netcarver said:

You'll be looking for 404 or 403 errors for the most part. 

If there aren't any 40x errors, look into the returned content for JqueryUI.js and its friends. The web server might be inserting error or warning messages that break the parsing.

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@Netcarver Thanks, I can't find any 40X errors...

@BitPoet I will have a look, as far as my knowledge goes, thanks!

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Ok, very strange. Even when I uploaded it back on my own server I'd got the same problem. For the solution... What I did, I uploaded a fresh install of PW, installed it, and than replaced the database... Works for now...

 

@netcarver @BitPoet

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Did you check the Apache error and access log?

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