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Joomla login form won't render after upgrade from 3.9.3

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1 month 6 days ago #47421 by Vicki
This may not have anything to do with Jomres, as it's a standard Joomla login form that I've used.

On the other hand, I'm using the Leotian template provided with Jomres, so I'm just asking if anyone else has this problem... and a fix.

Something broke badly after upgrading to 3.9.4 (and still now I've gone up to 3.9.5). The previously functional login page now almost completely fails to render and viewing source shows only this:
<div class="login">
<form action="/login?task=user.login" method="post" class="form-validate form-horizontal well">
<fieldset>
<div class="control-group">
<div class="control-label">

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1 month 6 days ago #47423 by Vince Wooll
If the login form was made by another third party developer (ie it's not from Joomla itself) have you tried asking the developer if they have an update for it?

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1 month 6 days ago #47424 by Vicki
It's just the out-of-the-box Joomla login form. I've searching on Joomla forums but I haven't seen anyone else with the problem post-3.9.3.

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1 month 6 days ago #47425 by Vince Wooll
When you say it completely fails to render, i.e. shows just a blank page and just that in the source, then it's possible the cause is recorded in the php error log, I'd look there next, if I were you.

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