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If you want to check if the patch worked go into your admin section and check in the top right corner where it displays the version number you are currently using. How do I use the MD5 hash to check the package? Home What is Joomla?

Upload the files to your site overwriting the files on your site. If you find a problem and it cannot be resolved quickly you might have to rollback the upgrade using the backup copy you created in step jooma. That is all that is needed to complete the upgrade.

Joomla 1.5 version history

Not sure what you mean by disabling an extension, please give me an example. This might take a few cups of coffee. Retrieved from ” https: Is there another download which I’m supposed to do in addition to the patch? I’ve been looking through these migration and upgrade blogs and it doesn’t look like this is going to be too easy. There are different ways of installing a package file depending on your particular circumstances. I’m about ot migrate form 1.


Different templates don’t work So before upgrading the live site you need to joojla up a test site which is as close as possible to the configuration of your live site, then test the upgrade on that.

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I also noticed that your page scrolls left to right until the screen resolution is well above wide. Extract then to a folder on your computer. Thank you again for the quick response. It is risky to upgrade a live site without testing the upgrade process first. It is repeated three times and some of the code is incorrect.

When upgrading from a version that is not the most recent, review release notes for the prior releases. This page contains information for a Joomla! Using an FTP client to upload files. Don’t assume that the upgrade will work flawlessly just because the test upgrade worked. Project relies on revenue from these advertisements so please consider disabling the ad blocker for this domain.

The code for your template is a mix of tables and div tags and you are using fixed width images within your page. Before you actually upgrade, you really should make a backup of your site.

Try disabling that extension and see if it is the cause of the problem. I went ahead and downloaded the patch. Jomla, should I be looking into any other disruptions?

Upgrading 1.5 from an existing 1.5x version

If those don’t fix it I have found the best way to debug a page for me anyway is to “Save Page As” in FireFox to save a local copy of the page and it’s components. DO I just go to www. If you have any questions before, during, or after the upgrade then jomola ask them on the Joomla!


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You could try changing your frontpage layout from one article followed by two columns of articles to just one column of articles. See Update Manager for Joomla! Hope the links helps. Backup your existing Joomla site files and store all the files and database in case something gets messed up, you wont have any problem reverting back.

That would allow more room on the page. What is a patch? If you don’t have that then first do a backup of 1.51.0 site with a extension like Joomlapack. Check to make sure that nothing untoward has happened.

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Try describing the problem or supply a link for better answers. Hopefully all will be well and you can relax. I just used the patch and everything worked fine Please use Joomla 3. Try using one of the default templates to see if the template you are using is the cause. If you have questions about these instructions, read the Additional Information below this table. I would also suggest putting your site offline while doing the upgrade so there is no conflict with people using your site while you are upgrading.