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Upgraded from 3.4.9 to 4.1 - One Problem


jackflash

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I upgraded a test site from 3.4.9 to the latest 4.1 and my site (both admin and public) look like this:

Screen shot 2016-06-07 at 7.43.49 PM.png

Any idea of what's causing it?

Everything seems to check out good and there doesn't seem to any legacy 3.4 stuff

    •    PHP Version 5.6.22 phpinfo
    •    MySQL Version 5.5.49-cll SQL Toolbox · Enable utf8mb4
    •    Server Path /home/ok
    •    System Check
    •    PHP Requirements
    •    PHP version 5.6.22.
    •    cURL extension loaded.
    •    Multibyte String extension loaded
    •    DOM extension loaded
    •    GD extension loaded
    •    MySQLi extension loaded
    •    OpenSSL extension loaded
    •    Session extension loaded
    •    SimpleXML extension loaded
    •    XML extension loaded
    •    XMLReader extension loaded
    •    XMLWriter extension loaded
    •    Phar extension loaded
    •    Zip extension loaded
    •    256 MB memory limit.
    •    File System Requirements
    •    MySQL version 5.5.49-cll.
    •    Recommendations
    •    You are running MySQL version 5.5.49-cll. While this version is compatible, we recommend version 5.6.2 or above.

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I have seen this happen on my local a couple of times. I figured this was due to my ISP during download. Corrupted files in transit. The fix that seemed to work for me was to download a fresh copy of the forum software and install over the corrupted files.
Then when things start to look better I still ran the support tool under support.

 

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  • 2 weeks later...
On 6/7/2016 at 8:17 PM, CheersnGears said:

Looks like your CSS isn't loading.  Can I have the link to your site?

IPS tech didn't figure it out.  I exported the default template from another site and imported it into mine and it went back to normal. Odd because I was using the default template, but for some reason it didnt' transfer over.

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