Admin toolbar not showing upon login
Our former webmaster is no longer a member of our church, and those of us who are left have some, but limited knowledge of coding and are newer to the system and our host cpanel pages - so any 'laymans terms' or direction would be helpful so we can find the right place and where we can access the code.
Thanks, in advance!
<?php Loader::element('footer_required'); ?>
This is usually found inside of some sort of footer element for your theme, however if you don't have any footer elements for your theme then it likely needs to be placed on every single page type for your theme.
To locate your theme code you should try looking under /themes/<themename>/. Alternatively, if the theme was installed via a package you may need to look under /packages/<packagename>/themes/<themename> to locate these files. Usually inside of these folders there is an "elements" directory which would have your shared header and footer information, and in the footer file is where you would need to add the snippet of code you found.
The only issue remaining is that it is not showing the edit bar on the homepage - but it now shows on all other pages of the site. I cannot find the .php file that covers the home page.
Any ideas? I see the code already in index.php.
Once you have determined that, you can go to the page types page to determine what "Handle" is being used for that page type at /index.php/dashboard/pages/types/. That "handle" should directly correspond to a PHP file located in the root of your theme. For example if the handle is right_sidebar, you should have a right_sidebar.php file in your theme path.
IF the file does not exist, then that page type will fall back to using default.php.