ConcreteToolbar not defined after Concrete5 8.1.0 install

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Hello all!

I had to downgrade to version 8.0.3 because I could not edit the home page due to a ConcreteToolbar not defined and ConcretePanelManager not defined errors. Does anyone know something about these errors?

Thank you

titanve
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MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Reply
MrKDilkington
Hi titanve,

Were you using custom code or a custom theme? I ask because of the possibility of a JavaScript conflict or issue with JavaScript asset loading.

Do you experience the issue with a clean install of 8.1.0?
titanve replied on at Permalink Reply
titanve
Hello,

Yeah it was a brand new (clean) install of Concrete 8.1.0

What do you suggest?

Thank you
MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Reply
MrKDilkington
@titanve,

Just to clarify, it was a clean install (not upgraded) without any custom code like blocks or themes? If so, I wonder if the code you uploaded to your server was incomplete.
titanve replied on at Permalink Reply
titanve
Yeah brand new, I downloaded the zip file and unzipped it on the www folder.

No upgrade at all.

Thank you.
MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Reply
MrKDilkington
@titanve

I am not sure what might be causing this off the top of my head. Maybe someone else has an idea.
titanve replied on at Permalink Reply
titanve
Well, if anyone knows.. please help

Thank you.
Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
Steevb
URL?
titanve replied on at Permalink Reply
titanve
it's in our intranet.

What can I do?
Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
Steevb
So as previously mentioned, any custom add-ons or themes?

Did you install with sample content?

What is your server environment?

When u say loaded into 'www' directory, do u have 'public_html' directory'?
titanve replied on at Permalink Reply
titanve
I use wampserver. I installed it clean right from the concrete5 website, no other addon or theme or anything else

Thanks
titanve replied on at Permalink Reply
titanve
I think I know what is the problem.

I have a custom file called: app.js on application/js

and I just noticed that there is a file called app.js on concrete/js

Does this have anything to do with my custom app.js file? Should I rename it?

Thank you
MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Reply
MrKDilkington
@titanve

Yes, your app.js is overriding the core app.js file.
Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
Steevb
Again as previously mentioned by MrK, sounds like a 'js conflict'?

You need to remove everything/anything that might be interfering with c5. That means EVERYTHING!

Then when things start to work properly u could try adding custom stuff back in and testing to see where the naughty file is!
titanve replied on at Permalink Reply
titanve
it's working now! thanks guys!

it was the app.js file

Happy weekend!