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I have been trying to set up the Ultimate SEO package and wondered why it was not working.

It seems that when I change a file in the File Manager of the admin panel it does not upload to the server. When I make changes through ftp, I can upload but since the files in the File Manager are much easier to sort through I would much prefer to use those.

Yes, every time I change a file I CHMOD so the file is writeable.

I need to know how to fix this problem so alterations made in the file manager will take effect

 

Thank you

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I have been trying to set up the Ultimate SEO package and wondered why it was not working.

It seems that when I change a file in the File Manager of the admin panel it does not upload to the server. When I make changes through ftp, I can upload but since the files in the File Manager are much easier to sort through I would much prefer to use those.

Yes, every time I change a file I CHMOD so the file is writeable.

I need to know how to fix this problem so alterations made in the file manager will take effect

 

Thank you

D

Just do not use the admin filemanager. You don't say what ftp program you use, but I use filezilla.

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Just do not use the admin filemanager. You don't say what ftp program you use, but I use filezilla.

 

Using WS_ftp pro. This raises a second question. Since the files that are sitting in the ws_ftp system are not as easy to understand (since the lines run into one another) as the way they are presented in the file manager, what damage would I do if I copied the file in the format of the admin panel and simply pasted it into the ftp file? Would I have a serious problem in doing that?

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Using WS_ftp pro

Should be good (haven't used it for for a few years).

 

I have also been trying to get that contrib working, but I am doing my testing on my pc. I have installed wamp and then installed osc under wamp. It is much quicker that way to see your changes, and your web shop is not affected. Also, I have a copy of my web shop files on my pc in another loaction that I ftp the changed files from. You can't be too careful when making changes and you need to replace files quickly.

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Should be good (haven't used it for for a few years).

 

I have also been trying to get that contrib working, but I am doing my testing on my pc. I have installed wamp and then installed osc under wamp. It is much quicker that way to see your changes, and your web shop is not affected. Also, I have a copy of my web shop files on my pc in another loaction that I ftp the changed files from. You can't be too careful when making changes and you need to replace files quickly.

 

Okay...FIXED!

 

I copied the files from the admin panel into the file sitting in the ftp files. Uploaded each one impacted by this contribution separately and checked the site on the fly. When all affected files were moved over and the site continued to work, then I made the recommended changes to each one and saved them. After checking the site one last time, I went through and uploaded the changed files and, as if it were magic - the site worked and I now have control over the seo url section.

 

Thanks all for your input and help

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