hello, I tried toupgrade my site and stalled
this is what I get :
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 303010 bytes) in /home/chambrehtx/www/updates/concrete188.8.131.52_remote_updater/concrete/libraries/3rdparty/Z…
today I bought the "Fundamental" theme for a new web project. Our little riding club has a Contao website made by me several times ago. Now I set the subdomain neu.pf-maurerhof.de to change to Concrete5. I want to work on the subdomain until everythi…
Hello. My site host is Bluehost and they are upgrading PHP on November 2-6. The site currently runs on PHP7.1 but won't function on anything above that when I reset it at the host.
My options appear to be some form of change to concrete or build a ne…
I'm looking for someone to update the Page List Maps add on to Concrete5 8.5.4.
I have acquired a version with the complete set of files that were updated to 8.2.1 but it doesn…
re: broken theme
October 11, 2020 at 9:27 PM
I have a broken theme.
# concrete5 Version
Core Version - 8.5.4
Version Installed - 8.5.4
Database Version - 20200609145307
# Database Information
I need to activate SSL encryption to switch from http to https on my page.
Would you contact me and help, please? I offer £50 for this job done safely.
# concrete5 Version
Core Version - 184.108.40.206
Version Installed - 220.127.116.11
Hello! So, I'm a week into debugging this and trying to figure out why the "Index Search Engine - Updates" job is failing. When trying to run it, I get a 504 gateway error and the message it returns is:
[code]An exception occurred while executing 'DELE…
I have a marketing agency client on Concrete5, and our host recently updated to PHP 7. Our team thought we jumped through all the correct hoops only to discover (when the client attempted to edit a page) the Whoops\Exception\ErrorException (E_WARNING).
concrete5 is a great platform to build a website with, and there are some very talented community members in our forums. You're making the right move by posting your need for help here. However, there are few things we'd ask you to keep in mind:
No, we don't guarantee other people's work. Everyone is different and we can't make any promises that the contractor you choose will be the right choice for your style of work. It's up to you to vet the talent that replies to your job posting.
Appreciate good value. I know your neighbor kid can build a website for $50 but chances are he doesn't hang out here. The people responding to your job post are actually making a living at this. If you've got no money but an awesome startup idea, you aren't posting a "job". Job are paying gigs.
The more detail, the better. Let us know what you're trying to build/fix. If creative design is involved, that'd be nice to know. Are there competitor sites you like/hate? The more information you provide the better chances are you'll get a meaningful reply from the right contractor.
DEVELOPERS: No posting "I'm available." Just post jobs.