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Broken Drupal Site - Need Help

Wed Feb 11, 2015 7:42 pm

Have a friend of the family and customer with a website issue... basically her design/host quit making sites and moved into the food truck business instead, odd change I know. Anyhow, the lady really made it a pain to get all of the info from her to move things to a new host (same host, new account, Bluehost). Long of the short after some SQL errors that I worked out it appears the site's theme is broken, some content missing, ect. Just a bit jumbled up. I'm not by any means a web developer or design person. I'm not sure where to start or end with this. I'm attempting to avoid telling them that they need to start from scratch.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

http://goo.gl/MFZTqO

Unfortunately I don't have any pictures from the site before it went offline and the waybackmachine shows an older version from earlier 2014.
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Re: Broken Drupal Site - Need Help

Mon May 25, 2015 3:37 pm

I hadn't noticed this thread earlier, and the website looks ok. I suppose you got it sorted out in the meantime?
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Re: Broken Drupal Site - Need Help

Mon May 25, 2015 4:34 pm

It is no longer Drupal, its a WP and a friend of mine was contracted to convert it over. Yeah it's working finally.
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