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Template not available after moving site to host (solved) 7 years 3 months ago #672

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Hello,

I built my site on my local computer and moved it using Akeeba Kickstart and my Akeeba Backup file. Installation went fine, however when I accessed the site I got the following error:

The template for this display is not available. Please contact a Site administrator.

I then re-installed the site manually, by FTPing my files and then importing my database. I'm still getting the same problem, so it can't be blamed on Akeeba Backup

Also, the template is not accessible in the back-end.

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks
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Template not available after moving site to host (solved) 7 years 3 months ago #673

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Solved!

I built the website on a Windows 7 computer, which is not case-sensitive, and my host is a Linux system, which is case-sensitive. All I had to do was change the first letter in my template name to lowercase. Duh
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Template not available after moving site to host (solved) 7 years 3 months ago #689

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Hello jh,

Thanks for posting your solution for others :)

Thanks,
JohnO
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Template not available after moving site to host (solved) 1 month 3 days ago #15967

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jh wrote:
Hello,
I built my site on my local computer and moved it using Akeeba Kickstart and my Akeeba Backup file. Installation went fine, however when I accessed the site I got the following error:
The template for this display is not available. Please contact a Site administrator.
I then re-installed the site manually, by FTPing my files and then trying to get essay and importing my database. I'm still getting the same problem, so it can't be blamed on Akeeba Backup
Also, the template is not accessible in the back-end.
Any help would be appreciated!
Thanks

Hi,
Here's the solution on SO as well:
stackoverflow.com/questions/22725374/how...lay-is-not-available
Last Edit: 1 month 3 days ago by bonnette.
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Template not available after moving site to host (solved) 2 weeks 3 hours ago #15993

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bonnette wrote:
jh wrote:
Hello,
I built my site on my local computer and moved it using Akeeba Kickstart and my Akeeba Backup file. Installation went fine, however when I accessed the site I got the following error:
The template for this display is not available. Please contact a Site administrator.
I then re-installed the site manually, by FTPing my files and then trying to visit this site best australian online casinos and importing my database. I'm still getting the same problem, so it can't be blamed on Akeeba Backup
Also, the template is not accessible in the back-end.
Any help would be appreciated!
Thanks

Hi,
Here's the solution on SO as well:
stackoverflow.com/questions/22725374/how...lay-is-not-available

Thanks, this issue works for me, exactly what I was looking for
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