after we upgraded the ImpressCMS site (this one) to the latest version using Softaculous, we noticed after a short while that the carousel on the front page wasn't working anymore.
looking at the HTML sourcecode, the content was still there, but for some reason it wasn't showing on the screen anymore.
We noticed an error message in the browser logs telling us that the version of jQuery was too recent. As a quick fix, I downgraded the jQuery included in ImpressCMS to the one we bundled previously (1.9.1). Further investigation by @skenow revealed that it's our theme that is slightly too old and not using the latest version of Bootstrap 3. Bootstrap 3.3.7 supports jQuery higher than 3.0.
We'll upgrade our bootstrap and possibly our carousel version in the near future, but I just wanted to let you know in case you run into the same problem. It's not a core issue, it is most likely related to the bootstrap version in your theme.
Hi, I have several languages on my site (I live in Belgium, at least 3 languages are the norm here).
When I look in the backend (with iTheme), my first language is appearing ok (flag and all), but the other languages don't have their flags and only show the label I defined for them.
Any idea what could be the reason?
thank you for your reply. Ok, I'll then leave once without "pdo".
PHP 5.6 should be sufficient once for my domain.
Since I have several CMS installations in subdirectories, I can not work with PHP 7.0.
What will be in the future so that we will see :)
I'm glad you figured this out.
PDO is enabled, by default, on PHP 5.1+. You would need to look at your server to determine if it is enabled, though. If it is not available and you have set up ImpressCMS to use PDO, the debugger should show a message that PDO is not available. (the exact message is "PDO extension not available.")
While we have found the core to work fine under PDO, not all modules have been made compatibile with PDO.
As for PHP 7, I have yet to run complete tests on it. The MySQL extension is completely out, so you'd have to run everything under PDO.
I found the mistake :)
It's so that I could not use "pdo" by MySQL. But otherwise, I thought that it is up to PHP 5.5. Then PHP 5.6 have enabled and removed just "pdo" in mainfile.php File.
I don't know if you can give more details about the steps you took with the update? As far as I know, upgrading from 1.3.8 to 1.3.9 should be as simple as logging in to the admin panel, overwriting the files on the server, and updating the system module.
Did you do an upgrade from 1.3.8, I presume you did. What version of PHP and MySQL are you using?
When you say that you cannot change settings in the backend, do you get an error message, or any other strange behaviour?
only today I've noticed is that a new Impress CMS was version 1.3.9 released. Upgrading was easy and I do it mostly with SSH.
But now after upgrade I can change any settings in the backend. It simply has not happened.
I wanted to ask the Developers Dashboard to inactive and activate new theme. But that does not work.
How can I solve the problem?
Thanks in advance, Alex
What is the mimetype of the image, and can you tell us the filename? Podcast automatically authorises itself to use .png, .gif. and .jpg mimetypes on install.
I think you can allow double dots in file names by turning off the option 'protect from directory traversals' in Protector, but generally it is best to keep filenames to simple alphanumeric characters. Don't use slashes, double dots, or quotes, anything that looks like it might be a null byte etc will get rejected.
Well spotted. I had everything configured on the 'multilingual' page, but forgot about the setting in the general settings. I changed that and it brings me the language in the smarty template. This breaks the backend, so I guess there's some error in my translation package. Another issue, but this one is solved.
Hi, I've setup a site for the Belgian ImpressCMS community (http://www.impresscms.be), with 2 languages : nl_BE and fr_BE. The site does not include english. I checked, and there are only the dutch and french languages codes on the /modules/system/admin.php?fct=preferences&op=show&confcat_id=8 page (multilanguage)
I created a new theme, and put $icms_langcode in the header to indicate the language. When I go to my page, I see the content in Dutch (nl_BE), but the language is still mentioned as 'en' in the header.
When I define the language code explicitly in the URL, the language indicator is ok.
How do I make ImpressCMS choose the right language as a default, any idea?