Step1: To reduce complication, I have strip Joomla of all unnecessary extension and kept only VM and Akeeba Backup in place, and selected default template that comes with Joomla original install.
Akeeba Backup Step2: Patch Joomla to latest 1.5.26 (patch up one version at a time using FTP to patch 1.5.x version to latest version(stable patched package can be found @ )Akeeba Backup Step3: Patch VM1.x to 1.1.9 (patch can be found @ Backup (Name your backup to indicate a patched Joomla and VM version)Steps4: Migrate Joomla First (install Jupgrade @ go through the migration with the guide steps.
Once this is done, you will then be able to view and delete any unwanted images by selecting the Media Manager button from the control panel.
If you are not experienced with writing My SQL queries by hand to update your store, you *should not* be migrating to VM2 at this time.
Cut and paste steps 5 as the above URL is broken-----------1) Rename the following folders, so that the installer has a clean slate to work with: [siteroot]/administrator/components/com_virtuemart [siteroot]/components/com_virtuemart2) Move shop images folder from folders within the main VM component from [siteroot]/components/com_virtuemart to [siteroot]/images/stories/virtuemart/ (you have to create the destination virtuemart sub-folder yourself).3) Disable Joomla Debug option in Joomla Global Configuration, if enabled.
You can return to this screen at any time by going to “Site” in the top left hand side of the screen, and selecting “Control Panel”.
Back to top To edit your Website content, click on the Article Manager Select the page you wish to edit by clicking on the page’s title name.
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