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default template image links wrong (almost solved)
TOPIC: default template image links wrong (almost solved)
#20303
default template image links wrong (almost solved) 10 Years ago  
I performed a clean install of 1.03 and noticed a few things that went wrong. I reloaded the posts by an sql query after the fresh install.

1) The \"default\" .css file does (did) not work even when I checked the use Joomla.css...nothing happened. Forum lookded very bad. So I selected the \"default_gray\" template and it now works..But I already altered the css to blue colors.

2) NONE. of the images loaded correctly once I selected the \"default_gray\" template. After a bit of work I noticed that in the fireboard_config.php file the setting for the default image file was \"default_gray\"...after making it only default, all my image files came back.

3) In the \"fireboard_config.php\" file, the last line shows version as [b]1.02[/b] ?
(no big deal, but I changed my version to [b]1.03[/b])

4) Maybe its just my template??? __dont know, but when you view the \"user list\" on my website, wow it majorly breaks my template. Right after posting this I am going to work on a fix, so I may have it fixed in a short time, But what it does I cant quite explain but the lower part of my template is forced to expand full screen and the lower are where the stats show up are really messed up. (sorry no screenshot right now)[color=#FF0000](solved)[/color]
The problem was some messy formatting on the userlist.php file. Details Below

[b]-- Error in line 172 at character 18: The \"tr\" tag must have an end tag () but the end tag was not found.

-- Error in line 439 at character 41: The \"align\" attribute appears 2 times in the \"td\" tag.

-- Error in line 585 at character 30: The \"tr\" element cannot be used here. It is nested in another \"tr\" tag and cannot be nested. Has the previous \"tr\" element been ended? This element may be contained in \"table\". This element may not be contained in \"tr\".

-- Error in line 586 at character 14: The end tag for \"tr\" (opened in line 438) should appear before the end tag for \"tbody\" (nesting error).

-- Error in line 617 at character 10: The end tag for \"tbody\" was found, but \"tbody\" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

-- Error in line 619 at character 10: The end tag for \"table\" was found, but \"table\" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

-- Error in line 620 at character 2: The end tag for \"tr\" (opened in line 172) should appear before the end tag for \"div\" (nesting error).

-- Comment: At least one block within a tag has been collapsed to \'!PHP!\'. [/b]

5) \"Show latest posts\"...link still does not work correctly. It responds with \"There are no new posts in the timeframe you selected\",,,,well I was not given a timeframe to choose...ITS A LINK. By default should this not at very least show the last say 24-hours?

Other than those I found so far.....I LOVE FIREBOARD!! :kiss:

Lets see how it all works out, only about 1 hour into my install.

[url=http://www.calibratedsps.com/screenprint/printers-forums/373.html]Here Is A Link To My Site.[/url]
#20303
default template image links wrong (almost solved) 10 Years ago  
I performed a clean install of 1.03 and noticed a few things that went wrong. I reloaded the posts by an sql query after the fresh install.

1) The \"default\" .css file does (did) not work even when I checked the use Joomla.css...nothing happened. Forum lookded very bad. So I selected the \"default_gray\" template and it now works..But I already altered the css to blue colors.

2) NONE. of the images loaded correctly once I selected the \"default_gray\" template. After a bit of work I noticed that in the fireboard_config.php file the setting for the default image file was \"default_gray\"...after making it only default, all my image files came back.

3) In the \"fireboard_config.php\" file, the last line shows version as [b]1.02[/b] ?
(no big deal, but I changed my version to [b]1.03[/b])

4) Maybe its just my template??? __dont know, but when you view the \"user list\" on my website, wow it majorly breaks my template. Right after posting this I am going to work on a fix, so I may have it fixed in a short time, But what it does I cant quite explain but the lower part of my template is forced to expand full screen and the lower are where the stats show up are really messed up. (sorry no screenshot right now)[color=#FF0000](solved)[/color]
The problem was some messy formatting on the userlist.php file. Details Below

[b]-- Error in line 172 at character 18: The \"tr\" tag must have an end tag () but the end tag was not found.

-- Error in line 439 at character 41: The \"align\" attribute appears 2 times in the \"td\" tag.

-- Error in line 585 at character 30: The \"tr\" element cannot be used here. It is nested in another \"tr\" tag and cannot be nested. Has the previous \"tr\" element been ended? This element may be contained in \"table\". This element may not be contained in \"tr\".

-- Error in line 586 at character 14: The end tag for \"tr\" (opened in line 438) should appear before the end tag for \"tbody\" (nesting error).

-- Error in line 617 at character 10: The end tag for \"tbody\" was found, but \"tbody\" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

-- Error in line 619 at character 10: The end tag for \"table\" was found, but \"table\" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

-- Error in line 620 at character 2: The end tag for \"tr\" (opened in line 172) should appear before the end tag for \"div\" (nesting error).

-- Comment: At least one block within a tag has been collapsed to \'!PHP!\'. [/b]

5) \"Show latest posts\"...link still does not work correctly. It responds with \"There are no new posts in the timeframe you selected\",,,,well I was not given a timeframe to choose...ITS A LINK. By default should this not at very least show the last say 24-hours?

Other than those I found so far.....I LOVE FIREBOARD!! :kiss:

Lets see how it all works out, only about 1 hour into my install.

[url=http://www.calibratedsps.com/screenprint/printers-forums/373.html]Here Is A Link To My Site.[/url]
#20327
Re:default template image links wrong 10 Years ago  
Any of the default_grey/red/green templates all use the standard default icons. They do not have their own icon sets.
#20337
Re:default template image links wrong 10 Years ago  
I know they all use the same image files.

However it was by default not pointing to the right folder.

Once I chose to use the default_gray templaye and selected the default_gray image file using the Fireboard control panel it \"inserted\" the word \"default_gray\" into the image pathway. Thus breaking the link to the right image file pathway.

By altering the configuration file I was able to fix it.

I am willing to bet If I select another color icon file it will break the image link again.
#21081
Re:default template image links wrong 10 Years ago  
Copy the image folder and all sub folders from your default template to the default_grey folder for now
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