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Manufacturers Killing me


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So I created a "new" version of my site onanother server . Looked good, moved it to my production server. Everything is the same; same OS, same version of PHP, etc. I edited the proper configuration files, bam, it's working.

 

Not really though. Anything involving manufacturer filtering; be it searching by manufacturer, using the manufacturer drop down, or filtering by them in the product listing... none of it works. It all works fine on the "test" site, which has all the exact same files (except a few changes in english.php and such).

 

I cannot figure this out! Does anyone have any bright ideas?

 

Working version: www.tankguys.biz (sorry, no clickable link, don't want SE's indexing this)

 

Non-working version: www.tankguys.com

 

I'm at a loss :(

"People tell me I have an inferiority complex. They must be right; after all, they are all smarter than me."

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So I created a "new" version of my site onanother server . Looked good, moved it to my production server.  Everything is the same; same OS, same version of PHP, etc.  I edited the proper configuration files, bam, it's working.

 

Not really though.  Anything involving manufacturer filtering; be it searching by manufacturer, using the manufacturer drop down, or filtering by them in the product listing... none of it works.  It all works fine on the "test" site, which has all the exact same files (except a few changes in english.php and such).

 

I cannot figure this out!  Does anyone have any bright ideas?

 

Working version: www.tankguys.biz (sorry, no clickable link, don't want SE's indexing this)

 

Non-working version: www.tankguys.com

 

I'm at a loss  :(

 

well, the term "none of it works" is very difficult to digest if you do not state what it is supposed to do.

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well, the term "none of it works" is very difficult to digest if you do not state what it is supposed to do.

 

True, sorry I should be more specific, I'm just going nuts :)

 

Okay, let's say you pick a manufacturer from the drop down list on the manus box. On the .biz site, it works fine (gives a list of products from them). On the .com, it just dumps you back to index.php.

 

If you do a search where you search for products by a specific manufacturer, it works in so far as you get a list of results. When you try to click any one of those products, it kicks you to product_info.php without a p argument, and says "product not found". On the .biz site it works fine.

 

If you just navigate through the categories, and get a list of products within a category, then try to filter by manufacturer, it works great on the .biz site. If you try to do it on the .com site, it kicks you back to index.php.

 

That should hopefully be sufficient info! :)

"People tell me I have an inferiority complex. They must be right; after all, they are all smarter than me."

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Great, not it appears that it's almost universal that no arguments are being passed.

 

Even simple links aren't working. The ones right on the homepage for certain manufacturers don't work.

 

This is just not good. I have absolutely no clue why this is happening... ugh.

"People tell me I have an inferiority complex. They must be right; after all, they are all smarter than me."

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Great, not it appears that it's almost universal that no arguments are being passed.

 

Even simple links aren't working.  The ones right on the homepage for certain manufacturers don't work.

 

This is just not good.  I have absolutely no clue why this is happening... ugh.

 

all I can think of is that it has to do with your js based form definitions.

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all I can think of is that it has to do with your js based form definitions.

 

Well that's what's wierd; I'd agree if the only problem was with the js based search box I Installed.

 

however, now even simple links, such as www.tankguys.com/index.php?manufactuers_id=57 doesn't work. That *shouldn't* be affected at all by the js stuff... at least, I don't think it would.

 

I'm going to fight with it more today, but if anyone has any bright ideas, I'm certainly open. It's totally bizzare that it can work absolutely fine on one site, but not work at all on another.

"People tell me I have an inferiority complex. They must be right; after all, they are all smarter than me."

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Well that's what's wierd; I'd agree if the only problem was with the js based search box I Installed.

 

however, now even simple links, such as www.tankguys.com/index.php?manufactuers_id=57 doesn't work.  That *shouldn't* be affected at all by the js stuff... at least, I don't think it would.

 

I'm going to fight with it more today, but if anyone has any bright ideas, I'm certainly open.  It's totally bizzare that it can work absolutely fine on one site, but not work at all on another.

well, you are writing form tags with js, that can screw up a lot of other links.

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