I recently reactivated my Bluehost account (sadly after missing a payment). Prior to doing so Bluehost assured me that all files would be as they were - nothing would change. Oouch - Not so…
Long story short, after reactivating my hosting nothing worked as normal. After lots of back and forth, it turns out Bluehost have changed my file path. The root cause of the problem appears to be the home partition changing when my account was reactivated. The file path has been changed from
Bluehost manually changed the file paths to fix it (not all, but it was a great start), but when I republish from Rapidweaver, Rapidweaver overwrites all the updated file paths (/home5/thegrfc3.) back to (/home6/thegrfc3.)
How do i change the file path in Rapidweaver so it doesn’t overwrite the manual changes?
I have included an image below as it looks like I should enter the new file path in Rapidweavers ‘publishing’ pain under ‘path’. But it seems odd as (see image) the current path area is currently and has always only been ‘public_html’. What will happen if I change the path to the new filepath - /home5/thegrfc3.
Any guidance would be fantastic. I’m a bit scared to mess this up - as this path change has caused a lot of issues and has been time consuming fix - I never let hosting lapse again!.
NOTE: After many phone calls and emails with Bluehost all their pretty awesome support, still did get my website online - they had no ida what the issue was - no idea it was the file path. Adrian from Vibrologix/Sitelok was the one that worked it out and has always been incredibly helpful beyond any support I ever experienced. I’ve dropped this in here in the hope I can avoid asking Adrian for help, which he has already offered.
thanks in advance.