Upgrade Ninja Media Script 2.0.2 to 2.0.3

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  • aaa 1 year ago
    A number of question on upgrading my Ninja Media Script. 
    
    1. How to check what is the version of my Ninja scripts?
    2. How to upgrade from ver 2.0.2 to 2.0.3? - I went to https://devdojo.com/product/ninja-media-script/upgrading, after pressing the UPGRADE GUIDE button, I don't know what to do next. 
    3. Not sure if this is related, but how can I transfer my Ninja Media website to a new domain? Do I just copy the files or perform the installation process again? 
    
    I'm not expecting for the devdojo support to reply but any information on my 3 questions above will be highly appreciated. 
    
    Cheers! 

    A number of question on upgrading my Ninja Media Script.

    1. How to check what is the version of my Ninja scripts?
    2. How to upgrade from ver 2.0.2 to 2.0.3? - I went to https://devdojo.com/product/ninja-media-script/upgrading, after pressing the UPGRADE GUIDE button, I don't know what to do next.
    3. Not sure if this is related, but how can I transfer my Ninja Media website to a new domain? Do I just copy the files or perform the installation process again?

    I'm not expecting for the devdojo support to reply but any information on my 3 questions above will be highly appreciated.

    Cheers!

  • Best Answer

    (As selected by aaa)

    aaa 1 year ago
    That's for checking their version. Now the steps to upgrade my script. 

    That's for checking their version. Now the steps to upgrade my script.

  • mark 1 year ago
    1. If this has been created like `GeekShop` has, then there should be a json file with the version number within the root of your application. For GeekShop it is called `geekshop.json`
    2. Ask [email protected] to update the guide for that version.
    3. You can do both, but it can give some issues that you will have to fix after moving, I recommend either installing from clean or get a experienced developer to do the move.
    1. If this has been created like GeekShop has, then there should be a json file with the version number within the root of your application. For GeekShop it is called geekshop.json
    2. Ask [email protected] to update the guide for that version.
    3. You can do both, but it can give some issues that you will have to fix after moving, I recommend either installing from clean or get a experienced developer to do the move.
  • aaa 1 year ago
    Thanks! 
    
    I have the file ninja-media-script.json and it says, I have ver 2.0.2.
    
    As for the upgrade... I already contacted support and so far now reply yet. If support is not mannnig this forum, they the heck do they divert people who purchased their scripts here. 
    
    I would understand if the person's support license has ended but for those who hyst bough their products, I'd expect to be supported until the issue is resolved, at least in a timely manner. 

    Thanks!

    I have the file ninja-media-script.json and it says, I have ver 2.0.2.

    As for the upgrade... I already contacted support and so far now reply yet. If support is not mannnig this forum, they the heck do they divert people who purchased their scripts here.

    I would understand if the person's support license has ended but for those who hyst bough their products, I'd expect to be supported until the issue is resolved, at least in a timely manner.

  • aaa 1 year ago
    That's for checking their version. Now the steps to upgrade my script. 

    That's for checking their version. Now the steps to upgrade my script.

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