Maintenance Page Blank

I have enabled Maintenance Mode with the Maintenance Editor addon. I selected the default Maintenance Page and it displays a blank page with the C5 bar across the top like the normal Maintenance Page. I even re-uploaded the maintenance-page.php file, fresh out of a newly downloaded .zip package.

Any ideas?

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Jupiter replied on at Permalink Reply
First of all, For maintenance mode you have to go dashboard->system & settings
then Permissions & Access -> Maintenance Mode.....enabled this are done

please uninstall the add-on you have already installed for maintenance mode....because there is inbuilt features of "maintenance mode" in concrete 5

don't hesitate to ask any problem...thanks
Blenderite replied on at Permalink Reply
Any more ideas?
efranco2012 replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Just wanted to follow-up and see if this issue has been resolved as I'm getting the same thing.

I have Disabled the default System & Settings > Maintenance Mode, and Enable the Maintenance editor. If I log-out I get a Blank concrete bar at the top and no errors show on the console log!(see attached) If I re-Enable the System & Settings > Maintenance Mode the maintenance_mode.php page displays correctly.
Blenderite replied on at Permalink Reply
The only way I was able to resolve it was to uninstall the add-on.
mkly replied on at Permalink Reply
The blank page means you are getting an error. Unfortunately, everyone I've asked for more information beyond "I got a blank screen" has decided not to provide it, so we haven't been able to track down the bug. If you could provide me with a login or some more information, I can try and track it down.
efranco2012 replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment

So I was able to get PHP Storm setup and run XDebuger. Here is a screen shot of the error that shows up. This is happing with a clean version of concrete5 and Installing Maintenance Editor. So here is the other catch, this is only happing on the 'Green Salad Theme' that comes with Concrete5 and my custom theme. It does not happen on the other themes. I will start to disable things on my theme and see if I find what's causing this issue. On the other hand, I hope this info helps a bit more then just a 'blank screen'!.
efranco2012 replied on at Permalink Reply

So let just start by saying 'Its always the simplest thing that we over look at'. The problem was I had a 'home.php' in my theme, and so does the Green Salad theme that comes with Concrete5. Once I renamed it to something else (such as 'landingpage.php') and cleared the cache with-in concrete5 it worked just fine.

Rename 'home.php' to 'landingpage.php' (or anything else you wish!)

mkly replied on at Permalink Reply
Wow, this is awesome troubleshooting. Thank you so much. I'm going to sit down this weekend and get to the bottom of why there is an issue with home.php and come up with a patch. Seriously, great help.

Best Regards,