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Hello, I hope to get some help here. I developed my pageline site on a development server (dev.mikyair.com) and is looks great. ( you can see it live at this url dev.mikyair.com) but today we moved the site from the development server to the final server ( hosting place) a 100% copy of the dev. files and so it can be linked to the URL michaelrobbertbrans.com.


But as you can see the page is not loading correct. I looked it up but your tips and tricks i found are not working. But the strange thing is that when i a am working from the dashboard in chrome the live preview is perfect. But when i view the site as a visitor with safari, firefox or chrome the site css is not loading complete. Please can someone help me out? i hope the get my blog online asap. Thanks Michaelrobbert Brans 


I run page line 4.0 and already empty the cashed css files.

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Hi Michael,


I recently replied to your email regarding your issue. Basically, the migration wasn't performed correctly, as the URLs on your live site have // in front of the URLs for all files being loaded. For example:


What you have is this:




When in fact it should look like this:




So to resolve your issue, you're going to most likely need to search your database and correct the URLs. I recommend you review the migration documentation on WordPress here - http://codex.wordpress.org/Moving_WordPress


and also speak to either your web host provider or whoever performed the migration for assistance.

Please search our forums, before posting!

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