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Model location error

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Hello!
Ive implemented code within my site and get this error:

Type: RuntimeException

Message: Unable to locate the model you have specified: Blogmodel

Filename: /home4/cultured/public_html/system/core/Loader.php

Line Number: 348

Backtrace:

File: /home4/cultured/public_html/index.php
Line: 315
Function: require_once

Ive added within my autoload and config files the necessary codes as well as added the sql within my DB.  I believe I have to connect my DB with the model but dont know where. How for I change this error?

Here is the model:
<?php


if (!defined('BASEPATH'))
    exit('No direct script access allowed');

/**
 * Description of blogmodel
 *
 * @author https://roytuts.com
 */
class BlogModel extends CI_Model {

    private $blog = 'blog';
    private $blog_comment = 'blog_comment';

    function __construct() {
        
    }

    //get blog details
    function get_blog_detail($blog_slug) {
        $query = $this->db->get_where($this->blog, array('blog_slug' => $blog_slug));
        return $query->row();
    }

    //get blog comments for blog slug
    function get_blog_comments($blog_slug) {
        $query = $this->db->query('SELECT bc.comment_id, bc.blog_id, bc.parent_id, bc.comment_text,
                    bc.comment_date FROM ' . $this->blog_comment . ' bc, ' . $this->blog . ' b
                    WHERE bc.blog_id=b.blog_id AND
                        b.blog_slug=' . $this->db->escape($blog_slug) .
                ' ORDER BY bc.comment_date DESC');
        if ($query->num_rows() > 0) {
            $items = array();
            foreach ($query->result() as $row) {
                $items[] = $row;
            }
            //return $items;
            $comments = $this->format_comments($items);
            return $comments;
        }
        return '<ul class="comment"></ul>';
    }

    //add blog comment
    function add_blog_comment($data) {
        $this->db->insert($this->blog_comment, $data);
        $inserted_id = $this->db->insert_id();
        if ($inserted_id > 0) {
            $query = $this->db->query('SELECT bc.comment_id, bc.blog_id, bc.parent_id, bc.comment_text,
                    bc.comment_date
                    FROM ' . $this->blog_comment . ' bc
                    WHERE bc.comment_id=' . $inserted_id);
            return $query->result();
        }
        return NULL;
    }

    //format comments for display on blog and article
    private function format_comments($comments) {
        $html = array();
        $root_id = 0;
        foreach ($comments as $comment)
            $children[$comment->parent_id][] = $comment;

        // loop will be false if the root has no children (i.e., an empty comment!)
        $loop = !empty($children[$root_id]);

        // initializing $parent as the root
        $parent = $root_id;
        $parent_stack = array();

        // HTML wrapper for the menu (open)
        $html[] = '<ul class="comment">';

        while ($loop && ( ( $option = each($children[$parent]) ) || ( $parent > $root_id ) )) {
            if ($option === false) {
                $parent = array_pop($parent_stack);

                // HTML for comment item containing childrens (close)
                $html[] = str_repeat("t", ( count($parent_stack) + 1 ) * 2) . '</ul>';
                $html[] = str_repeat("t", ( count($parent_stack) + 1 ) * 2 - 1) . '</li>';
            } elseif (!empty($children[$option['value']->comment_id])) {
                $tab = str_repeat("t", ( count($parent_stack) + 1 ) * 2 - 1);

                // HTML for comment item containing childrens (open)
                $html[] = sprintf(
                        '%1$s<li id="li_comment_%2$s">' .
                        '%1$s%1$s<div><span class="comment_date">%3$s</span></div>' .
                        '%1$s%1$s<div style="margin-top:4px;">%4$s</div>' .
                        '%1$s%1$s<a href="#" class="reply_button" id="%2$s">reply</a>', $tab, // %1$s = tabulation
                        $option['value']->comment_id, //%2$s id
                        $option['value']->comment_text, // %4$s = comment
                        mysql_to_php_date($option['value']->comment_date) // %5$s = comment created_date
                );
                //$check_status = "";
                $html[] = $tab . "t" . '<ul class="comment">';

                array_push($parent_stack, $option['value']->parent_id);
                $parent = $option['value']->comment_id;
            } else {
                // HTML for comment item with no children (aka "leaf")
                $html[] = sprintf(
                        '%1$s<li id="li_comment_%2$s">' .
                        '%1$s%1$s<div><span class="comment_date">%3$s</span></div>' .
                        '%1$s%1$s<div style="margin-top:4px;">%4$s</div>' .
                        '%1$s%1$s<a href="#" class="reply_button" id="%2$s">reply</a>' .
                        '%1$s</li>', str_repeat("t", ( count($parent_stack) + 1 ) * 2 - 1), // %1$s = tabulation
                        $option['value']->comment_id, //%2$s id
                        $option['value']->comment_text, // %4$s = comment
                        mysql_to_php_date($option['value']->comment_date) // %5$s = comment created_date
                );
            }
        }

        // HTML wrapper for the comment (close)
        $html[] = '</ul>';
        return implode("rn", $html);
    }



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#2
1. Your model classname needs to be UCfirst, i.e. Blogmodel
2. It is a very bad practice yo have your code accessible inside your document root
3. PLEASE use BBcode tags around your code so your posts don't run on and on and on and...
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#3
(08-01-2019, 10:13 PM)ciadmin Wrote: 1. Your model classname needs to be UCfirst, i.e. Blogmodel
2. It is a very bad practice yo have your code accessible inside your document root
3. PLEASE use BBcode tags around your code so your posts don't run on and on and on and...
Thank you for the advice I greatly appreciate it Heart
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