[QUOTE]decide ahead of time if you want the site in the root of your public_html directory or do you want it in a sub-directory. This will make a difference.[/QUOTE]
What is your recommendation? What is the “difference” that this will make?
Great support from CyberLNC, BTW!
If you already have a live store in the root and are just testing then put it in a sub-directory. Once you are done testing, then move it to the root.
[quote name=‘Tool Outfitters’]If you already have a live store in the root and are just testing then put it in a sub-directory. Once you are done testing, then move it to the root.[/QUOTE]
My live store is hosted elsewhere. I won’t be putting CS-Cart into my current store. My plan is:
Keep my live store up on GoDaddy.
Build a new store with CS-Cart on CyberLNC with A NEW DOMAIN NAME.
Debug the new store, then make it live.
Run both stores until I’m sure the new store is running smoothly.
Then point the old store/domain to the new store/domain.
Eventually (in a few months) remove the old store.
We are changing the domain name because our business model has changed and we plan to offer a more expanded line of products. The business is only a couple of months old, so since I needed a new logo, website, shopping cart, and host, decided now was the time to make ALL the changes.
So with no live store currently on CyberLNC, and given my situation, which option is best?
[quote name=‘Tool Outfitters’]In the root.[/quote]
so it looks like this when you attempt to install it