Maybe I can find some free time to take a look see if the OP is good with it.
I have not had time to look yet, and to top it off, the building my apartment is in is being sold, so i have been having to deal with buyers touring the building as well. Really sucks.
Did you figure out the issue here?
Thanks JOhn very kind - Deano has agreed to give it all a good look at for me
My bedtime again Steve. Is it possible to attach a copy of header.inc.php with the database username and password removed for safety. You can also remove the domain name and replace it with "mysite.com" and "mysite".
Geek_Girl is usually working when I'm not, so she'll probably be in a better position to check everything. I'm just a bit concerned with that cPanel path. I don't use cPanel myself, but it seems a bit all over the place.
hi yes its in sub dir sub.I double checked that is set ok
In your case the dir root would be set to the subdirectory.
$dir['root'] = "/home/bgscom/public_html/cheetah/";
This would indicate that you are running cheetah in a sub directory off of the root. Is that correct? Just want to make sure how you have installed Cheetah.
Make sure the root setting in /inc/header.inc.php is set correctly
$dir['root'] = "/xxx/xxx/public_html/";
it will depend on how you are hosting your site. It appears from an earlier post that you are using cPanel which usually has the structure of /home/domain/public_html
Be sure the ending slash is there.
Have you checked admim/tools/host tools to see if everything is okay there?
There shouldn't be any red warnings. The sections Site Setup and Site Optimization are pretty important. Maybe you could supply a screenshot of Site Setup?
Don't worry if you have fails at the bottom. These are to do with the Cache and you may have the Cache turned off like me.