So, I migrated my WordPress site to a new server.
I did it this way–got the new account, used Fantastico to create a fresh WP installation. Backed up my old-site database and imported it into the new one. FTP’ed my theme into place. Then I FTP’ed all the plugins from my old wp-content/plugins directory to my new one.
(I must be dumb–I thought all the site images are in the database file but I seemed to be wrong. I had to copy wp-content/uploads over, too.)
Everything made it 100%, all other plugins are fine, and it took no time at all. It was almost too easy….
So, the gotcha is that no matter how I try, W3 Total Cache won’t activate. It installs just fine. What’s weird is the error message it’s giving me doesn’t make sense. It’s telling me I need to chmod 777 my wp-content directory but the directory path it lists is the one on MY OLD installation:
chmod 777 /home/(Old main folder)/public_html/(mysite)/wp-content
On my new server the path is nearly the same except the main folder has a different name.
I have 777’d myself silly, deleted “w3-total-cache-config.php” a gazillion times, along with the “w3-total-cache” in the plugins directory.
Anyone got any ideas?
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