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8 months 1 week ago - 8 months 1 week ago #46884 by Hrvoje Znaor
Hi
Any suggestion what might be the reason for frontend jomres admin menu not showing up in frontend?
I just uploaded website on live server and when I log in as super admin and click full screen button, place where property manager menu should be is - empty.
It shows OK on localhost on wamp65 with php7
Jomres is shown as Default: index.php?option=com_jomres&view=default
When I click manage properties in backend: /index.php?option=com_jomres&Itemid=0&lang=en&task=listyourproperties
menu is shown, image 001.jpg, but when I click full screen, menu isn't there. Image 002.jpg

Specs:
Joomla 3.8.5, Php 7, SSL, Jomres 9.9.19, jr_leotian 1.1.19, all plugins updated
Thanks,
Regards
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Last edit: 8 months 1 week ago by Hrvoje Znaor.
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8 months 1 week ago #46885 by Hrvoje Znaor
Hi
Issue is solved with Jquery Easy Profiles component and help from their developer.
JFYI:
There were many jquery / bootstrap conflicts. Too much stuff was loading in poor Joomla.
I've spent a ton of time and nerves on this without success and he fixed it in fraction of time. :)
Regards

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