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Topic-icon Upgrade VM2.0.0 -> 2.0.2: Templates disappear

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4 years 10 months ago #15462 by jenkisan
Hi,

I upgraded to the stable release of VM from 2.0.0 to 2.0.2 and I had a template problem (side note: careful when you upgrade. Even if it is a stable release there are some small problems like images that need republishing etc).

The problem is that my flypage template default was changed. Cosmetics keeps the template under templates/hot_cosmetics/html... so this hasn't been lost. However, the link to it has been lost and now all I see is the standard VM template under com_virtuemart. How to I re-establish the connection so that VM takes the hot_cosmetic template and not its own?

Marci.

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4 years 10 months ago #15463 by milos
You will need to reinstall Joomla template, please read this: www.hotjoomlatemplates.com/blog/news/143...tible-with-joomla-25

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4 years 10 months ago #15465 by jenkisan
Ah ha! I see its not as straight forward as I hoped. Three questions Milos:

1. Will each vm upgrade require the same procedure?

2. Can I use the changes I've made to the hot_cosmetic template and overwrite the installed ones after this procedure to upgrade?

3. You mention going from 1.7 to 2.5 joomla. In your experience is this a step I should also take so should I stick with 1.7 right now and do it later?

Thanks for some advise :-)

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4 years 10 months ago #15468 by milos
You can just take the new flypage file from the new template and overwrite existing (if you have FTP access). There are no other changes in the Joomla template.

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