Installation and Upgrades
Hello,

Instead of restoring the tables and rows to a new database I recommend you to upgrade your site, because if the databases do not have the same version you could get missing columns, index, etc...

If you still want to do it, I recommend you to read the following article:

http://www.phpfox.com/kb/article/134/information-on-how-to-build-an-import-script-for-users/

This tutorial shows the required tables that need to be populated.
March 15, 2014 5:09 pm
One other question because I think my home computer uploading through Dreamweaver is goofing up the permission somehow...

what would the script part be for the module folders(folder itself, directories and files) or something that would make sure all directories and files are correct for phpfox running.

I was having issues uploading so I manually changed permissions and want to make sure I lock everything up correctly and your script seems to be the way to go. Also, I am able to log onto Linux move to that folder painfully slow and run each line one at a time but you mentioned storing it and running the whole thing at once...you have a website to learn how to do that? Just learning Linux, not use to the DOS type screen I guess :)

JohnJr
March 2, 2014 12:36 pm
The phpfox uses the following browser:

* http://www.phpfox.com/requirements/

Please keep on mind the requirements for a web browser depends on what theme you are using for your site. The default theme works on the latest versions of all the most common web browsers (eg. Firefox, IE8, Opera, Chrome etc...).

For those that use Internet Explorer, must have version 8 or higher installed in order to properly use all the features provided by phpFox.
January 22, 2014 6:39 pm