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 29/09/2016 02:48pm (Read 635 times)  

Anonymous: Carl

Hello! I was trying to update from 1.7.1rs1 to 2.1.1 and it's asking me to save the db-config.php file but I only have a config.php file. Any chance how I solve this problem? Many thanks.

 29/09/2016 03:14pm  

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Laugh

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The db-config.php file is located in the same directory as the plugins directory and public_html directory are located (in a typical install).


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 29/09/2016 07:50pm  

Anonymous: Carl

Weird I didnt think this post worked so I made another one.

There is only a config.php and no db-config.php file.

Usually when I update something I don't have to copy and restore any files. I just click update and it updates.

 29/09/2016 07:59pm  

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Geeklog 2.1.1 download comes with that file. Are you sure you copied over all the files?
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 30/09/2016 05:36pm  

Anonymous: Carl

Thanks Laugh. My only other question is I tried to modify the styles.css file and removed the words underline and replaced with none, but I still have underlined links.

Do you know how to remove the underline links?

www.hvactechgroup.com


Thanks for the help sir!

 07/10/2016 02:27pm  

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Sorry Carl I missed your reply.

You could add the following code to the bottom (has to be at the bottom) of the style.css file for the professional theme you are using like so:

PHP Formatted Code

a:hover, a:visited, a:link, a:active
{
    text-decoration: none;
}
 


The reason the underline is happening on links is because somewhere in the style.css file the style for links are set to

text-decoration: underline;

You could also search for these (probably multiple locations) and change underline to none.
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 14/10/2016 11:34am  

Anonymous: Carl

Thanks for the reply Laugh.

/public_html/layout/professional/style.css

I deleted that file to make sure I was working with the right one. My theme disappeared so I know this is the right file. I added the code you provided to the bottom, and even changed both instances of "underline" to say "none".

I still can't seem to get rid of the underlined links on my page at,

www.hvactechgroup.com

What's weird is before I updated Geeklog I was able to remove them by editing the style.css file.

 14/10/2016 01:44pm  

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Hi,

Try

PHP Formatted Code
a:hover, a:visited, a:link, a:active
{
    text-decoration: none !important;
}

I'm available to customise your themes or plugins for your Geeklog CMS

 14/10/2016 09:54pm  

Anonymous: Carl

That worked. Thank you Ben.

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