var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
Brought over CMS system with website and got some issues.
I copied all permissions, database and folders over. Then chowned files to right user.
Currently Im unable to create new articles and folders using CMS admin.
Also navigation is working however when hoovering over one link in navbar it should show other links below it but it doesnt.
Any possible way to define which file permissions or what in the database requires to be changed?
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Does the CMS' installer check for file permissions? If so, why not install a fresh copy in another directory, to see what permissions it requires on what files?
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Checked all permissions and they seem to be correct.
I can create folder and article via CMS however it won't save text I type in newly created article. It saves text for other articles that were created before moving domain from one server to another.
Navbar dropdown still isn't working.
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