Re: ElkArte 1.1 Final - Release announcement Reply #15 – October 22, 2017, 09:59:51 am Quote from: emanuele – October 22, 2017, 09:46:01 amQuote from: b4pjoe – October 22, 2017, 09:41:58 amOn #2 above....I created the clone of my site and replaced all files. Then when I go to my forum URL it runs install.php instead of upgrade.php. It appears it will do a full new install if I go that route. Should I manually point it to upgrade.php? Doing so does take me to the upgrade page instead of the install page. Should I continue on this way?Sorry, probably I didn't explain it crystal clear: with "clone" I mean create a perfectly functioning duplicate with a different database and paths in order to properly test the upgrade before doing it "live". It's always good practice to test before doing the real one, just because if something goes wrong for any reason, you don't even have to care about restoring a backup, you just wipe the clone and investigate the issue. ETA: sorry, I misread "#2" and thought it was #1... hmm... that's strange, it should bring you to upgrade.php, if it does not, just replace install.php with upgrade.php in the address bar.OK I did that. A complete clone with a different DB. Made sure all paths were updated with repair_settings.php. Uninstalled all addons and reverted back to the default elkarte theme. Then manually pointed to upgrade.php and the upgrade proceeded and completed. Going straight to the forum produced a lot of giant icons all over the front page but clearing the browser cache and reloading the page cleared that up. All looks good now other than as you mentioned....old custom theme also produced giant icons everywhere. Looks like I will have to redo my custom theme.