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Posted 5 months 4 weeks ago #16839
The link you gave caused me to check the contents and I discovered that I have omitted to update the default.php.

I have mentioned earlier that I have problems with the way one has to update the template.

After repairing it now gives 



So at least the visitors won't see code.

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Posted 5 months 4 weeks ago #16840
What is wrong with simply uploading the new template package?
You are not only wasting a lot of time but you risk missing something.

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Posted 5 months 3 weeks ago #16841
The 'readme.txt' of the update package says specifically 

  2.2 Update new version.
    - Unzip the update package on your local.
    - Use a FTP program to upload override old files.

So I have interpreted this that I should compare file by file for updates, which is kind of hard to do because of installation date versus date of file. May be overrides and parameters are lost if one uploads the package in total.

 
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Posted 5 months 3 weeks ago #16842
Hi Han,

I have fixed on your testing website and improve for the pagination element. Please check and apply to your main site.
1. Updated the default.php file (nts_kbee/layouts/message/item/ folder).
2. Updated the CSS rules in the "nts_kbee_custom.css" file.

Kind regards,

Hung Pham
Email: 9themestore@gmail.com
Twitter: @9themestore

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Posted 5 months 3 weeks ago #16844
You should upload (if you use FTP) the entiteit package except for params.ini in the config folder. Or, easier: first transfer params.ini to a save place on your computer and then upload the entire package.
What worries me, is that developers can access your site. Not that I don't trust them, but all changes they make in your files should immediately be made in the original package as well. 
Reading some of your questions I have the impression that that is not the case.

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