Thanks guys, it is really have great support and people looking at the box from different angel. I do understand that this would be hard, so i am going to drop it here. As one would say, "there isn't enough advil in the western hemisphere to deal with that pain"
So I would like to take this discussion along a different path. Subdomain. Joomla forum talks about it, but there really any solution to it and I really have some trouble figuring it out. I have my main site www.aaffrii.com, then I created a subdomain for my client so that they can see their website development process. So I have it has keya1.aaffrii.com
I changed the absolute path to:
$mosConfig_absolute_path = '/home/aaffrii0/public_html/keya1//';
$mosConfig_admin_expired = '1';
$mosConfig_allowUserRegistration = '0';
$mosConfig_back_button = '1';
$mosConfig_cachepath = '/home/aaffrii0/public_html/keya1///cache';
$mosConfig_live_site = 'http://www.keya1.aaffrii.com';[/code]
Then I get the 500 error, how lovely.
So any idea to resolve this?
Another question: how can I access the administrator path, this is after a fresh install of joomla? I don't think I can put www.keya1.aaffrii.com/administrator?
I mean how nice would it be to have ninjoomla create a component that allow joomla users resolve this issue.:woohoo: I am just throwing that out......;)