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Images not displaying properly?

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This picture should explain what the issue is. 
I should mention, my hosting company : WHC.ca crashed last week.

 

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If I use a backup from 9 days ago, will I lose all added product, and loose the info from orders placed during that time? Thus, messing up my inventory?

 

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1 hour ago, bhtoys said:

If I use a backup from 9 days ago, will I lose all added product, and loose the info from orders placed during that time? Thus, messing up my inventory?

 

I am not totally sure, what you expect. Is it a full backup of DB and Files? Ofc you will then lose all the things you did after that point...

In a perfect world a backup is as old as needed but as new as possible 😅 But even then you have some losses...

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1 hour ago, bhtoys said:

So..... Apparently when Friendly URLS is turned off, it solves this?

 

check your rewrites, if you use nginx make sure you cover all folders rewrites. if using other web server just regenerate htaccess.

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I would start regenerating .htaccess and cleaning the cache.

When the problem is solved when you turn off pretty urls this should solve the problem.

 

 

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34 minutes ago, bhtoys said:

This did not solve it.

 

Without showing an url or telling us exactly what you have tried it is impossible to help you.

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9 minutes ago, musicmaster said:

Without showing an url or telling us exactly what you have tried it is impossible to help you.

Simply what was suggested above. 
regenerating .htaccess and cleaning the cache.

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What about disabling pretty urls / deleting .htaccess?

Without pretty urls you see the real paths of the images. And that means that you can look with FTP on the disk whether they ware there or not.

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May I try to help you bhtoys ?

Contact me in private, let's see how to fix that 🙂

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