Talk:Uploading Replacement PhpGedView Files
I agree that "Uploading Replacement PhpGedView Files" is a better title than my original. Giving the impression of instructions to developers was not good. My bad.
However, I would still like to somehow get in the idea of upgrading/downgrading an installation more than merely "replacing files."
Grouping by O.S. was also good.
I would probably add appropriate categories to the article. I've just created a new sub-category of Category:PhpGedView for use in articles such as this. I've called it Category:Upgrading, I've added it to your page. This way people can find your article through the categories hierarchy at Category:Contents. Also, ensure words that you think people might search on to find info contained in your article are included in the text - that way people can find it by doing a search. HTH. --Nath | Talk 18:51, 3 December 2007 (EST)
I was wondering if I download the latest version and copy the files over my previous version (saving my config.php of course) if that would work for an upgrade? Have other tried this method successfully? Stompersly 00:56, 5 July 2008 (EST)