not showing icon in voyager admin

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  • mahfuzul-islam 5 months ago
    when my project is in local host then every thing is fine. but when it is hosted in server like cpanel then all the icon is missing form the project. now, what can i do for solve this??

    when my project is in local host then every thing is fine. but when it is hosted in server like cpanel then all the icon is missing form the project. now, what can i do for solve this??

  • barrett-breshears 4 months ago
    Hi Mahfuzul, I think it probably has to do with your .env file in production app url is probably incorrrect. I had the same issue when i didn't update the .env for production. Make sure APP_URL is correct in the .env file

    Hi Mahfuzul, I think it probably has to do with your .env file in production app url is probably incorrrect. I had the same issue when i didn't update the .env for production. Make sure APP_URL is correct in the .env file

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  • pukar-prasai 1 month ago
    Are you in a shared hosting?
    If you are in shared hosting you need to create symlink manually.
    In short all symlinks have to be created manually, eg:
    ln -s /home/user/foldername/storage/app/public /home/user/public_html/storage
    The above would create a symlink named www that's basically a copy of the original public_html folder.
    You can do it from SSH. command line access

    Are you in a shared hosting? If you are in shared hosting you need to create symlink manually. In short all symlinks have to be created manually, eg: ln -s /home/user/foldername/storage/app/public /home/user/public_html/storage The above would create a symlink named www that's basically a copy of the original public_html folder. You can do it from SSH. command line access

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