Has everything ive needed so far!
LOL my bad forgot to read the post properly.. I'll get back to you.
Right here goes
I have Joomla 1.5.10 (I think, latest one anyway) NOT running on legacy mode.
I use the following extentions (all free)
Comment System - Chronocomment
Calender System - JEvents MVC
Forms System - JForms
Sitemap (with google linked) - Joomap
Download handling/listing - Remository
Slideshows - RSGallery2
Rating System - VOTITALY
Map System - Google Maps
Analytics - Google BIGshot
SEO - SEOgenerator
Analytics - JX Woopra
Directions (too school) - Google Simple Route
Additional Slideshow - Rokslideshow
Menu - EXmenu
All are hacked to remove any unwanted links or hidden and nofollow. Go to http://www.ashlawn.org.uk if you want to see the extentions in action.
Last edited by mossj; 22nd April 2009 at 06:34 PM.
fernt (23rd April 2009)
Its giving the same here!
Yep sites down, however it was working last night. If you do work out what is wrong i would love to know what the problem was.
Checked the DB Access which is - fine
Checked the DB - fine
Checked subdomains on same host - fine
Checked support sites of the extentions - fine
Checked support sites of the host - fine
Looking into the permissions - fine
Looking into uploading to subdomain, so i can start uninstalling extentions
Looking at installing another template to check that....
other than that I'm at a loss and may have to use a backup...
Last edited by mossj; 23rd April 2009 at 10:15 AM.
Most to do it so that people can't right click and save images, but the average user knows how to get at them through the source code or by making a screenshot.
So, apart from that, you're stopping your users from using the right click menu completely. So, using a souped up Firefox, in my case, you're stopping me from going back, forward, refreshing, bookmaking the page on Delicious, highlighting a postcode and locating your school on Google Maps, choosing where I want to save a download... Do you really want to stop your users from doing any of those things?
Might be worth reconsidering.
ChronoForms, but it's not particularly user friendly, so I'll have to check JForms out. Did you try ChronoForms and, if so, how do they compare? Thanks.
Hope you get your site back and running soon mossj - I've not had a chance to look at it yet, and it'll be interesting to see how you've implemented some of your ideas.
Just got this from the helpfull support
It looks like this is what is causing the site to go down. Any idea how to fix?There are lot of these entries in your error_log:
[Thu Apr 23 11:05:50 2009] [error] [client 18.104.22.168] PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '<' in /var/www/vhosts/ashlawn.org.uk/httpdocs/index.php on line 89
I could be (very) wrong, but that sounds to me like there's a rogue '<' character in your index.php which the error log is picking up every time the page is accessed - I very much doubt that'll be a reason for your site to go down, but it'd be worth removing it.
Try running it through a validator or maybe just searching the text for '<<' in case the character's been doubled up somewhere by mistake.
It's back, I LOVE CSNEWMEDIA support! For whatever reason teh index.php on the root had broken, so i just uploaded a copy from the back up. I doubt it was a rouge '<' as I have never touched index.php and noone else gets that error...
will have to turn on all the seo friendly urls again though
I can tell you Jforms does the following (maybe I'll list a feature chronoforms doesn't have...)
- email & database support
- Drag and drop creation interface
- NO advertising or Hidden links
Last edited by mossj; 23rd April 2009 at 11:23 AM.
We have a Google map available on the site and any internal downloads open as pdfs.
In an ideal world of course not - but it isn't is it?Do you really want to stop your users from doing any of those things?
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