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[v5 RC1 upgrade] A symbol is missing.... (fixed!)

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Chris,

I upgraded a 4.3.1 site to 5.0RC1 … site is still in development for awhile, so went ahead and did an upgrade to the RC.

I did a lot of theme work on it and I guess after the upgrade I am missing some coding?!

Can you help me with this?


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v5 is a bit better at picking up errors. I think you've got a space in your template/Comcode-page somewhere, like {$ PAGE} and also {$P AGE}.


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What Comcode page(s) am I looking for?

Sorry, I'm lost.  :(

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probably what you were viewing


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I also had the exact same problem and recalled that you also indicated having changed the:Content/Comcode page/panel_top. This is where I found my errors, exactly as Chris indicated.

Look there first, maybe
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I checked the HEADER and did an "edit this page" and saw nothing of the like… I don't get any of this right now… lol

Checked the side blocks too!

EDIT: Thanks Jean… one spot I didn't check. Will try that next!

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There we go…. panel_top was the problem!

Thanks you Chris and Jean!!

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I just noticed another one that GUESTS see at the bottom. I cannot see it logged in as ADMIN/MEMBER, but can as a GUEST.

You know where I can this symbol could be located?

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A symbol is missing: PAGE_LINK:login:login:redirecthttp://icemuletrace.net/index.php?page=start&redirected=1. This usually happens when Comcode is written without placing template/PHP code within a code tag.

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It's not something you've put in yourself? I'd download and search the templates_custom directory for "PAGE_LINK".

There should be a comma before the first colon.


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It was in the header. I just didn't know "how" to fix it. Thanks, Chris.

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