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I thought I should switch to production mode from default mode as I got closer to launching my site. As soon as I did that, the formatting of my front-end and admin section got really messed up. The front end is like one column now, almost like a mobile phone version of the site, but not even that nicely styled.

The image below is while still in default mode:

While still in default mode

After changing modes from default to production

The image above is after the switch to production mode.

The admin section is screwed up also, like it has no formatting at all.

URL: www.warmanuals.com

Magento version is 2.2.1. I am also using Porto theme. The Porto people said it looks like a permissions issue, so the last thing I did was follow the directions here, for setting production permissions in a shared hosting environment where you can only have one user. This procedure did not change anything.

http://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.0/config-guide/prod/prod_file-sys-perms.html

Can someone help me please? Thanks.

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  • Remove CSS and JS merger form Admin Nov 22 '17 at 11:52
  • Have you tried redeploying as i found in 2.2.1 that it didnt deploy correctly also i had to set perms on pub static folder to 777 as for some reason it wasnt happy with the recommended permissions set out in the documentation Mar 27 '19 at 12:31
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When you change to developer or production mode, the following directories are cleared..

  • var/cache

  • var/di

  • var/generation

  • var/view_preprocessed

  • pub/static

This link may help you understand further.

https://github.com/magento/magento2/issues/2584

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