Need developer to help with few issues on site!
1. website is live - address is: cleangreenspokane.com
2. updated from 5.5 (i believe) to 18.104.22.168 via dashboard - this may be my problem.
3. error message: Fatal error: Call to a member function getBlockTypeHandle() on a non-objectin/home/cleanspn/public_html/updates/concrete22.214.171.124/concrete/libraries/block_view_template.php on line 41
Try turning them off and then back on again. Clear your .htaccess file after turning off.
The 'learn more' are going to 'pretty urls', so once you have sorted your 'pretty urls' they will work.
If you cant update normally try pasting C5 126.96.36.199 'concrete' folder in place of the old one.
Check config/site.php is not pointing towards updates folder.
If you don't understand let me know.
Example: /index.php/services/carpets/ (not pretty with navigation)
/services/carpets/ (pretty with 'learn more')
Question, how do you clear your .htaccess file? By turning off the Pretty URL's you mean check the "enable Pretty URL's" This brings up code in the .htaccess file. If I delete it and then save that - the code pops up again.
Sorry - I'm a newbie and have very limited knowledge of this stuff.
If I gave you access could you do this? Let me know how much $.
I have already sent you a message reference this,
Some of the "learn more" are referencing files in your trash folder,
Pretty urls will not fix this issue!
as well as the info already asked for I will need login details for the site, please send them by personal mail,
I am located in the UK and am about to retire, but I will be "on your case" early tomorrow morning..
188.8.131.52/~cleanspn/services/housekeeping/ (port 80)
Any idea how to fix?
In most cases, c5 can take care of modifying the .htaccess file for you, but in case it can't / for reference, it displays the code for you.
As long as it's unchecked and saved, you should be fine as far as pretty URLs go.
You may want to open the file, though, and make sure nothing else is in it that would mess things up. It's located in your root directory and can be edited with any text editor, such as Notepad.