Wairds

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  1. Thanks for your help. Your solution appears to have done the trick. However when I attempted a backup immediately after the upgrade I received the following message "/admin_xxxxxx/sources/maintenance/indexbackup.inc.php - not found." ?
  2. Thanks. To roll back to 6.1.5 is it simply a case of re-installing that version?
  3. Thanks for getting back to me. I have cleared the browser cache and am attempting to log in under SSL. Still receiving the same error. On further analysis I appear to be receiving a bunch of error messages: E.G. [20-Apr-2017 08:19:24 Europe/London] PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /vhost/vhost16/l/i/f/lifecovers.co.uk/www/admin_xxxx/sources/maintenance.index.inc.php on line 850 [20-Apr-2017 07:37:31 UTC] PHP Warning: Invalid Security Token in /vhost/vhost16/l/i/f/lifecovers.co.uk/www/classes/sanitize.class.php on line 143 Is this related?
  4. Just upgraded to 6.1.6 and receiving Cross-Site Request Forgery error when trying to log into the Admin Panel? The website appears the functioning ok. I believe I am not alone with this as another user has posted the same error under General Discussion.
  5. bsmither, Thanks for your response. Just what I was looking for.
  6. I am trying to trap, amongst other things, 404 errors and to be notified about them. I have been able to set up the code to send emails to myself but am struggling to identify code which will give me the offending url. Has anybody any advice about this? Thanks in anticipation.
  7. Thank you, problem solved by reinstalling. This can be closed.
  8. Many thanks for your quick response. I can confirm that the index.php has been uploaded and is sitting in the root directory.
  9. I thought I had carried out all the instructions explicitly. Ensuring the admin folder and admin file were correctly named before copying the files over. The actual installation seemed to go ok. However when I now try to get to my shop I am receiving a "The requested URL /index.php was not found on this server." Checked the .htaccess file and that seems ok.
  10. In addition to our CubeCart site we have an eCommerce site on Folksy. On looking on the transaction log on our CubeCart site I noticed a PayPal transaction from Folksy appearing in the log. Is this correct?
  11. Thanks for responding. I now realise I was too hasty. Google has only just indexed the sitemap.
  12. I generated a sitemap and loaded up to Google. I decided to test a couple of url's in Fetch as Google. When I did this I noticed it came up with a banner stating Redirected! The redirection was to the same url but without the .html. The consequence being a 404 not found. I am using the standard .htaccess file and don't understand why Google is doing this? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
  13. Forgive my obtuseness, i understand the reasoning behind the naming. I am trying to tidy up my web space and remove spurious and redundant items. As folder 'admin' is not referenced in global.inc.php is it safe to delete it?
  14. Many thanks for getting back to me. If I understand you correctly the change I need to make is that as 'admin' appears to be the most current folder make $glob['adminFolder'] = 'admin'; Instead of $glob['adminFolder'] = 'admin_GOxxxx'; Am I correct. Thanks once again.
  15. Can I jump in on this. I recently upgraded to 6.1.3 and my site seems to be operating ok but I have come across these two admin folders. One is simply called 'admin' which appears to be the most current from the dates and the other called 'admin_GOxxxx' the contents of which are older. My global.inc.php contains the following: $glob['adminFile'] = 'admin_iHxxxx.php'; $glob['adminFolder'] = 'admin_GOxxxx'; The admin_iHxxxx.php forms part of the URL I use to access the Admin Control Panel. I have tried to follow the thread on this post but became confused. Do I need to make any changes? Thanks in anticipation.