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chris on Friday, October 28 2011, 01:42 PM

module problems

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i have some problems with the modules
i have attached a image or you can see at thatmixtape.com

1st# top view artists: warning code

2nd# recently added albums: i have rated it both user and admin no yellow stars also the horrible black borders i would like to get rid of please

3rd# random and featured albums: shows nothing and for some reason it changes and takes stuff of my template like my slide show and cpanel
and my other non mc plugins

i am not good at coding but have played around on joomla with the modules and settings to fix these problems i have tried all morning looking to fix this even unistalled and installed again but no luck, please help thanks http://www.joomlamusicsolutions.com/images/fbfiles/images/myprobs.png

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  • Replied by Germinal Camps on Friday, October 28 2011, 04:27 PM · Hide · #1
    hello!

    hmm.. about the warning... can oyu just disable error reporting on your joomla site? it's weird that this shows up... :S

    2)recently added shows rating from admin only... not frontend users...

    black borders:

    it's the property:

    .ja-moduletable img {
    border: 1px solid #111111;
    margin-top: 10px;
    }

    setted by your template. can you get ride of this? it's your template CSS...

    3) random albums module: can you try to DISABLE "load JQuery" option on the module parameters?
    Chief Software Engineer at JoomlaThat!
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  • Replied by chris on Saturday, October 29 2011, 11:36 AM · Hide · #2
    Hi Germi
    thanks for your reply :)

    i have changed everything you said but unfortunately some of the problems still are there :unsure:

    1# warning code is still there, I went to
    http://thatmixtape.com/administrator/index.php?option=com_config
    and error reporting is already at none.
    if that's where you have to disable it from?

    2# great job/help looks ace now :)

    3# I have disabled load jQuery like you said, but that does nothing,i can have it on simple mode it works with(but not that nice and modern is it)
    Load JQuery library
    YES
    Use carousel
    No
    Automatic CSS
    NO

    I have messed around with this and to save a lot of hassle i will just have it with "Use Carousel" turned of, that way it does not mess with my template.

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  • Replied by Germinal Camps on Monday, November 07 2011, 06:47 PM · Hide · #3
    hello!

    sorry for the late answer

    1) do you have access to php.ini? you can disable it there too, by setting:

    ERROR_REPORTING = E_ERROR

    2) have you tried this:
    Load JQuery library
    NO
    Use carousel
    YES
    Automatic CSS
    YES
    Chief Software Engineer at JoomlaThat!
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  • Replied by kadmos on Wednesday, March 14 2012, 04:53 AM · Hide · #4
    'Hi Germi - i am having a similar problem - this "warning" code shows up on our site's Add New Artist and Add new Album forms right above the Review text area

    Warning: array_key_exists() [function.array-key-exists]: The second argument should be either an array or an object in /home/content/53/6305453/html/whoisfly/plugins/editors/jckeditor/includes/ckeditor/htmlwriter/helper.php on line 38


    I have disabled Error Reporting but it did nothing. This is a GoDaddy hosted site running PHP5 and there is no php.ini file to edit, or they do not allow access to it.

    Is there anything else you can suggest?

    Thanks
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  • Replied by kadmos on Wednesday, March 14 2012, 04:57 AM · Hide · #5
    also i registered with my own email address, not the one that was used to purchase the module - I work for the people who purchased the module - SpidyTech Solutions in Virginia Beach Virignia.
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  • Replied by Germinal Camps on Wednesday, March 14 2012, 10:42 AM · Hide · #6
    hello!

    sorry you need to LOG IN with their account here in the forum to receive support..! please ask them the access credentials..! thanks!! :)

    Germi
    Chief Software Engineer at JoomlaThat!
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  • Replied by Maria Thomas on Wednesday, March 14 2012, 03:57 PM · Hide · #7
    Okay. This is Kadmos. will you help me now :D

    kadmos wrote:
    'Hi Germi - i am having a similar problem - this "warning" code shows up on our site's Add New Artist and Add new Album forms right above the Review text area

    Warning: array_key_exists() [function.array-key-exists]: The second argument should be either an array or an object in /home/content/53/6305453/html/whoisfly/plugins/editors/jckeditor/includes/ckeditor/htmlwriter/helper.php on line 38


    I have disabled Error Reporting but it did nothing. This is a GoDaddy hosted site running PHP5 and there is no php.ini file to edit, or they do not allow access to it.

    Is there anything else you can suggest?

    Thanks
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  • Replied by Germinal Camps on Wednesday, March 14 2012, 05:46 PM · Hide · #8
    yes no problem! :) now you are VERIFIED ;)

    well, this is definitely an error reporting thing.. are you sure you decreased it? to E_ERROR for instance..?
    Chief Software Engineer at JoomlaThat!
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  • Replied by Maria Thomas on Wednesday, March 14 2012, 10:28 PM · Hide · #9
    no i cannot find php.ini in the directory. i read somewhere that GoGaddy does not allow access to it.
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  • Replied by Germinal Camps on Wednesday, March 14 2012, 11:35 PM · Hide · #10
    ok.

    is there any chance you could send me FTP details and joomla access so I can take a look at this warning?
    Chief Software Engineer at JoomlaThat!
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  • Replied by greengeek on Thursday, March 15 2012, 04:14 PM · Hide · #11
    Godaddy does allow php.ini files. I have an hosting account through them and use to use them on my main site before moving over to the much faster host gator. Just make sure your using the linux server option, then all you need to do is put a php.ini or a php5.ini file in your root directory depending on which version of php you are running. You can then add all the settings you need in there.

    If you use their support search at http://support.godaddy.com/ you can find out exactly how to do all of this.
    KevinBluemel.com Contemporary Instrumental musician and composer.
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    Replied by Maria Thomas on Tuesday, March 27 2012, 05:59 PM · Hide · #12
    germi wrote:
    ok.

    is there any chance you could send me FTP details and joomla access so I can take a look at this warning?



    yes - how do you need me to send them?





    edit: nevermind - i just emailed you @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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