Installation Help

Blank Dashboard on Upgrade to 5.6.0.2

I am having a problem after upgrading from 5.5.2.1 to 5.6.0.2 on one website. The dashboard is completely blank (See attachment). When I check Firebug I get this error: [code] ccm_dashboardEqualizeMenus is not defined [Break On This Error] cc…

About the 5.6 update

Could anyone explain something to me about the update ... I'm getting lost with all those duplicated folders. Some things are taken from the "updates" folder other from the other ... files are duplicated, taking some more space on the server ... On anot…

changing site to different domain name on 5.6.0.2

Just built a new site using .info I am using a 301 redirect temporarily on the preexisting .com Just spent the whole frustrating weekend trying to convert existing .info site to .com so redirect would not be needed. I'm using a dedicated linux server an…

"Add User" missing from Dashboard

I see in the documentation that "Add User" should be in the MEMBERS list in the dashboard but it's not there after a fresh install. I'm a first time user. going to index.php/dashboard/users/add DOES work to get me to the screen, but why would it be miss…

diagnostic checks

I have a very large build on 5.4 and I like what 5.6 offers but the build has many plugins and a heap of custom code and libraries. Is the a diagnostic tool or method that I can use to check for potential upgrade issues? I don't want t have t build…

Version 5.5.2.1 manual upgrade

Hey, I was trying to manually upgrade from version 5.5.2.1 to 5.6.0. I downloaded the zip file, unpacked it into the ../updates folder. It now looks like this: ../updates/concrete5.6.0 . I go back into dashboard -> system & settings -> Upgrade & Restor…

Upgrading 5.5.2.1 to 5.6.0.2 question..

So I am upgrading 5.5.2.1 to 5.6.0.2 and it works fine on my dev box. I noticed that all the upgrade did was 1) create a folder inside /updates/ called /concrete5.6.0.2 and all the folder structure inside that remains the same as under the root. 2) Up…

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