Rich Text Editor Icons Missing
Thanks for any and all help provided!
Also, I checked the console tab in chromium and I'm getting these errors:
Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found) http://bar-kingadventures.com/updates/concrete126.96.36.199_updater/concrete/themes/default/images/nav_horizontal_divider.gif Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found) http://bar-kingadventures.com/updates/concrete188.8.131.52_updater/concrete/themes/default/images/nav_sidebar_right_bg.gif
However, when I ftp into that directory those files do exist. Permissions for those files are set at 644 (owner read-write, everyone else read-only).
@Freestyle: I have tried clearing the cache, saving/refreshing the page multiple times with no change. I also have made sure that all pages have been approved and published, and have removed all old versions of all pages. Still no change.
@Everyone: I have discovered this problem isn't specific to just the rich text editor. Other icons are missing from dialogs. I'm attaching screenshots of the sitemap (concrete_problem2.png) and versions (concrete_problem3.png) dialog windows so that you can see that icons are missing from there, too.
Thanks, again, for any help/suggestions provided!
deep inside c5 hadn't been uploaded properly which created all these issues
where certain files would be missing or certain functions missing. it kept
happening to me as i would install over my no-so-stable wifi.. i can't
speak much more on this topic except that i wiped my site clean and have
done remote install scripts since then, which besides the stability gain
also cuts my install time in half.
Adrien sAne -( ゆ )- Creative Director
Thanks for your help!
P.S. I suppose my last option would be to do a database back, totally wipe the site from the server,re-install C5, and then restore the database but that's a PILE of work!
but i'll explain the method if you want to try. of course, id recommend using a test domain first to make sure it works for your server, but its pretty simple .
on a clean install, with a database + permissions set, using your FTP client or server control panel create a file in your html root folder called c5.php, and paste this inside:
(if the version of c5 changes you'll have to replace the URL)
then navigate to the page (so domain.com/c5.php)
the screen will be blank and nothing will 'happen', but refresh your control panel view and you should see a concrete.5.6.x.x folder, and it should be done within a minute or so. then go inside the folder and select all diretories and move them to the html root. you can delete c5.php + the empty concrete 5.6.x.x folder. now when you visit your home page it should take you to the install procedure!
Best of Luck!
Anyway, thanks to everyone for the help!