I am inheriting someone else's web project - and so that i won't be messing up the production copy, I've imported the MySQL tables and data into local host. I've also FTP the site over.
After changing the mysql globals value to reflect the new localhost admin and password, i logged into my local copy of the site.
One of the page broke - seems like every error message created for the page is thrown into the page. In the developer console, the only error message is : Failed to load resource: net::ERR_CACHE_MISS
I googled for this, but seems like people are of the opinion that the error is related to chrome, so i do not think its relevant to my problem.
My page breaks on chrome or firefox, using files and database data that i have just imported and copied over from production, which works just fine.
Is there a step that I may be missing when copying over a site? Something i may have overlooked? I know this is terribly open ended question, but I am not quite sure where to start. PHPStorm does not throw an error in the code itself, the console shows only the one error, but the whole page is throwing all sorts of php code and error messages from the code itself.