Blank Toolbar after moving site online [solved]

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Hello,

I have recently moved my site from localhost to online (OVH.com server) and when I login the toolbar is blank.

I can acces the dashboard after login in but when I'm on pages the div "ccm-toolbar" is empty.

This is not a css problem, besides on localhost I had no problem.

Thanks in advance for helping me.


EDIT: I just installed a C5 site from scratch directly on the OVH server and I dont' have the issue. I'll see further and keep the thread informed.

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adajad replied on at Permalink Reply
adajad
This sounds like a javascript load error. Can you change theme to one of the default ones and see if you can reach the toolbar?

Go to 'yourdomain.com/index.php/dashboard/pages/themes/' and try to switch theme. If one of the core themes is working as expected, you should look through your own theme code and make sure you have the following right before your closing </body> tag:

<?php Loader::element('footer_required'); ?>
weblicious replied on at Permalink Reply
I've already try to activate another theme but the problem is the same.
The toolbar is there but empty.

The thing I can't understand is that in the dashboard everything's fine.
Does the dashboard interface uses another script to create the toolbar ?
adajad replied on at Permalink Reply
adajad
What does your developer console say? Do you get any js errors?

Read up on developer console here: http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/how-tos/editors/getting-help...
weblicious replied on at Permalink Reply
Firebug console returns no error.
adajad replied on at Permalink Reply
adajad
Can you supply a link to the site?
weblicious replied on at Permalink Reply
here's the url
http://restobigboss.be/fr
devconectatec replied on at Permalink Reply
I was missing the footer_requiered element in my custom Theme!!. Great catch!! Thanks a lot!
weblicious replied on at Permalink Reply
I found out that it was the Multilingual add-on that causes the problem.

The pages that are not into a language tree (i.e. HOME) don't have the problem.

Still need to figure out how to solve it, because I need that plugin...
adajad replied on at Permalink Reply
adajad
If you are using the "Internationalization" then be aware it hasn't been updated for 5.6 yet.

I suggest you put in a support request or at least browse through the add-on forum.
weblicious replied on at Permalink Reply
Yes, I was planning to do so if I didn't find a solution.
My version of C5 is 5.5.2.1, and anyway it works like a charm on localhost.

I think it's maybe a cache problem, I had an error message about the temp directory when I re-installed the add-on.
weblicious replied on at Permalink Reply
Found the problem!

There was an error in the page_controls_menu_js.php.
A double quote
menuHTML += "<li><a id="ccm-page-edit-nav-multilingual"

Thanks adajad for try helping me :)
adajad replied on at Permalink Reply
adajad
I'm glad you found it. Congrats!