Subject: Frustated again

Posted on: 16/04/06 01:01pm
By: Anonymous

I've been going through a rather messy upgrade on a site that was set up incorrectly and error messages keep popping up. I've dealt with a couple of dozen I think and I still can't see the light at the end of the tunnel. The latest one says:

Fatal error: Class 'Template' not found in 
/mnt/web_h/d09/s33/b01f8ecf/www/public_html/lib-common.php 
on line 1268


That line it's referring to has the following code:

    $block = new Template( $_CONF['path_layout'] );


Template not found? Why? How? Why?

I'm pretty sure config.php and lib-common.php have the correct path layouts and point to all the right addresses. This can't be, shouldn't be related to path configuration settings, right?

Frustated again

Posted on: 20/04/06 05:53am
By: 1000ideen

Did you try it with an unchanged theme professional?

Re: Frustated again

Posted on: 10/10/11 10:28am
By: koalasoft

I have the same problem, I'm using the theme and I have professional version 1.7.2, it could be?



please help !! Frown

Re: Frustated again

Posted on: 10/10/11 07:28pm
By: Laugh

Is the professional theme still located in the layout directory?

What is your exact error message?

Re: Frustated again

Posted on: 11/10/11 12:51pm
By: koalasoft

Quote by: Laugh

Is the professional theme still located in the layout directory?

What is your exact error message?



Yes in mi layout professional theme, and It's the same error message partner spock

Grettings!! Mr. Green

Re: Frustated again

Posted on: 11/10/11 05:59pm
By: Anonymous

To resolve these multiple issues, I downloaded a complete copy of website/database and then uploaded all files from the latest version of geeklog, current version of 1.8.1, into their proper places and ran the install script/upgrade to fix their issues. Website now works.

Michael

Re: Frustated again

Posted on: 11/10/11 06:01pm
By: koalasoft

Quote by: ironmax

To resolve these multiple issues, I downloaded a complete copy of website/database and then uploaded all files from the latest version of geeklog, current version of 1.8.1, into their proper places and ran the install script/upgrade to fix their issues. Website now works.

Michael



Yes this fixed my problem ... thanks Michael ...

Grettings!! Mr. Green

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