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monarche
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Hello everyone,

I could change the
site web in local to add the weight in the cart.. by modifying files:

/controllers/front/ParentOrderController.php
/classes/Cart.php
/themes/my-theme/js/cart-summary.js
/themes/my-theme/shopping-cart.tpl

and its perfect, the weight
is displayed in cart, but once even upload these files to the server online. nothing is happening.

so I deleted cache /smarty/* and /themes/my-theme/cache /* and nothing.

Or maybe it's a problem to other files I modified without remembering?

If you have ideas. thank you

cordially

 

V 1.6.0.14

Edited by monarche (see edit history)

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Both are identical, so it's a clone of your shop on localhost ? If not could be that you are using an extra theme which on your liveshop has overrides and on the localhost there are none.

 

The changes are made on same theme ?

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Strange... BTW localhost "server" configuration is not even the same as live on your server. So you should discover which configuration it could be. Mainly it is a cache problem.

 

You are using on server any cache module (APC, xCache, etc ?) If yes try to disable this option by enbaling it again. In this case the cache will flush, or you ask your provider to flush the cache of the cache module on the server.

Edited by selectshop.at (see edit history)

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On tab "advanced parameters -> performance -> last point "caching". Is it enabled ? If yes disable it.

 

If is not enabled, please try to delete ALL caches as follows:

 

Delete smarty cache, delete the cache of your browser, delete manually the cache on FTP of Folders:

 

/cache/cachefs - delete all files but not index.php

 

 

delete smarty cache: go to tab "advanced parameters -> performance -> on top, green bar you will find a button "clear smarty"

delete browser cache: F5 key on your keyboard

Edited by selectshop.at (see edit history)

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