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2/27/2019 12:23:27 PM
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recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

Incredible,what bad design mojo portal has. I tried to dele my last post, and seems I deleted all posts. The pages are still there but all the posts dissapeared. How can I restore all my posts ? table in SQL , how to manage in admin, as content manager only show the pages not the posts

HORRIBLE the bad design of mojo, I maded click to edit on top of page then delete, but this actiopns didnt correspond to posts

What Can I Do thanks ?

2/27/2019 12:57:00 PM
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Re: recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

Do we lost all content from the last 7 years !!

check http://rta.cat/inicio.aspx and letme know

NOW I ONLY HAVE

Settings Edit 

I DONT SEE, ADD POST, ETC..

what does that mean

2/27/2019 1:10:03 PM
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PLEASE, LET ME NOW, if not possible to recover restore all posts. LT ME KNOW HOW TO CREATE A NEW BLOG AGAIN !! 

the docs are horrible, people asking and webmaster redirecting to docs,bad docs

IM DESESPERATED, 7 YEARS OF WORK TO TRASH

let me know how to start a new blog and add posts to our web www.rta.cat so tat I can recover from archive.org

2/27/2019 1:18:20 PM
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Re: recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

First, there aren't any features where deleting a single post deletes all posts of a module.

Second, it sounds like you removed your blog content module from the page it was on. Due to the good design of mojoPortal, this doesn't delete the blog or its posts, it just removes it from mojoPortal. To "recover",  follow these instructions:

  1. go to the Content Manager
  2. Select "Blog" and "Filter by Feature", then click the "Find" button. You don't need to put anything in the "Title Contains" box.
  3. You will then see all blog module instances for your site listed. Find the one with "Blog (0)" in the Type column and click the "Publish/Delete" link.
  4. You will see a list of pages, find the page the blog is supposed to be on. You need to put it back on the same page or you will have problems with all of your friendly URLs.
  5. Once the correct page is located, click the dash circle button in the "Published" column. You can then select the Published checkbox and click Save/Update.
  6. Your Blog will be back on the correct page.

Third, if the instructions don't work, you need to restore a database backup, provide us with more information on what you did exactly, or purchase a help ticket.

Finally, I will be editing your posts to remove your foul language. We are very interested in providing a good CMS and good support to our users. We are not interested in helping people who cuss at us or treat us poorly. This is the only warning I will give you.

Thank you,
Joe

2/27/2019 1:30:03 PM
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Re: recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

 

2) Select "Blog" and "Filter by Feature", then click the "Find" button. You don't need to put anything in the "Title Contains" box.

I see:

TitleTypeAuthor  

[no title]Blog (1)AdminView/Edit...Publish/Delete...

[no title]Blog (1)AdminView/Edit...Publish/Delete...

[no title]Blog (0)AdminView/Edit...Publish/Delete...

Motivo de denúnciaBlog (0)AdminView/Edit...Publish/Delete...

 

3) You will then see all blog module instances for your site listed. Find the one with "Blog (0)" in the Type column and click the "Publish/Delete" link.

which one ?

 

4)You will see a list of pages, find the page the blog is supposed to be on. You need to put it back on the same page or you will have problems with all of your friendly URLs.

I dont know "find the page the blog is supposed to be on"

 

CLICKING ON PUBLISH/DELETE ON ANY OF BELOW RESULTS GIVE ME THE SAME RESULTS

[no title]Blog (1)AdminView/Edit...Publish/Delete...

[no title]Blog (1)AdminView/Edit...Publish/Delete...

[no title]Blog (0)AdminView/Edit...Publish/Delete...

Motivo de denúnciaBlog (0)AdminView/Edit...Publish/Delete...

 

RESULTS ALL THE SAME,SHOW ME THE PAGES

 

Inicio0

-PRINCIPIOS BASICOS0

-PROPUESTAS0

-ACTAS0

-Publicidad taxi barcelona0

QUIENES SOMOS0

LEGAL0

Direcciones y teléfonos para el taxi utiles en Barcelona0

Contacto0

borra

 

 

 

 

 

 

2/27/2019 1:34:32 PM
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Re: recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

iM HERE:

http://rta.cat/Admin/ContentCatalog.aspx?md=7&title=&sort=ModuleTitle&pagenumber=1

 

None of the blogs show me the posts of all the last years, only fro the beggining (2012) no from say 2018, 2017

2/27/2019 1:37:09 PM
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Re: recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

Hi,

I understand you are upset but you need to take a deep breath and proceed carefully. If you keep going at this the way you are, you are going to end up making another mistake and causing yourself more trouble. 

I will help you recover your blog, but you need to calm down.

It'll be one of the ones with Blog(0) in the Type column. I don't know which one because it's not my site and I don't manage it. As the blog is a rather complex module, with friendly urls, you can't see it's content without it being on a page. So, publish one to the page and then visit the page. If the content isn't right, Unpublish it from the page and publish the other one.

Thanks,
Joe

2/27/2019 1:40:26 PM
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Re: recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

Hi again,

Looking at the category links for that page in Archive.org, it looks like the module id for the blog you are trying to recover is 7. Hover over the "Publish/Delete" links and when you see the one with a link containing "mid=7", you will have the correct blog instance.

Thanks,
Joe

2/27/2019 1:47:21 PM
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Re: recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

6,12,17,15, there is no one with id7, no one with mid=7

2/27/2019 1:49:03 PM
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Re: recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

It looks like you actually deleted it then, and didn't just remove it from the page. 

You need to restore from a database backup. You have a database backup, don't you?

Thanks,
Joe

2/27/2019 2:08:42 PM
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Re: recover all post deleted by accident by bad mojo portal design

Alejandro,

I know you're upset about this but there isn't a problem or bad design in mojoPortal. You accidentally deleted the module containing your posts. The Module Settings page is where you deleted it from and that page looks much different from the post edit page. Further, when pressing the delete button, you were prompted if you wanted to delete the content "from all pages". 

Knowing all of this, would you please remove the very derogatory post you put on your website about mojoPortal. It isn't true and is not fair. We provide this CMS free of charge and it works very well for thousands of websites. It has done so for over a decade. In fact, the version of mojoPortal you have installed was released 7 years ago and if you were to upgrade today, it would still work fine, just with more features.

I hope you will delete your post deriding mojoPortal.

Thanks,
Joe

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