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after make a new theme for the site, I got to every screen handling this error.



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Did you remove {$JS_TEMPCODE,header} from HEADER.tpl or {$JS_TEMPCODE,footer} from FOOTER.tpl?


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sorry no, I used a copy from the standard theme only. There are only CSS changes made.

I have checked both files to this, but no missing code


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Try emptying the template cache, it is possible a Javascript file could have corrupted. Check the Javascript console for errors. Check javascript_validation.js is referenced in the page source (if not that's odd as you say there are not changed templates but it's something to check).


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oke after removed template /template_cache files the problem is gone for now.

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Ok.

What can happen, if you're very unlucky, is if two requests hit the web server simultaneously, when the cache is still unfilled, and they both write to a template cache file at precisely the same time – that can cause cache corruption.

Maybe this is what happened.


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