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    Callisto Template - Module Position

    Posted 6 years 8 months ago
    • I am working on a new version(dev copy) of our site and have it updated to joomla 3.4.4, Gantry 5.1.5 and Callisto 1.3.1. I am now beginning to work with gantry and the callisto template. The problem I am having is with the module-position. It is working but not updating. I am working on our "About Us" page and have been trying to get the modules loaded in the MainFeature section. This worked, initially but it will not update to show new items assigned to that position. It's like something is blocking it or is cached. I've emptied the site cache, the gantry cache, tried different browsers on different platforms, etc. I also tried creating a new module and assigning it. For a moment I thought it worked but it turns out it only shows up in the two new items I added. I've been wracking my brain all weekend to no avail. I could use some guidance. I've also looked over the system requirements and all seem ok. I've installed the rocketlaucher in a separate site and that seems fine.
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    Re: Callisto Template - Module Position

    Posted 6 years 8 months ago
    • Please would you post your URL, superuser id and pswd in the secure tab of your post and i'll have a look for you.

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    Re: Callisto Template - Module Position

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    • Thanks, info is in secure panel.
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    Re: Callisto Template - Module Position

    Posted 6 years 8 months ago
    • I can't access your site - you have blacklisted the UK? :(

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    Re: Callisto Template - Module Position

    Posted 6 years 8 months ago
    • sorry about that. it is a US only site and since we had some compromises, we banned everthing outside the US. I have setup a different account for testing. it is superuser as well. See secure tab.

      Thanks!
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    Re: Callisto Template - Module Position

    Posted 6 years 8 months ago
    • Well I'm inclined to agree that something weird is going on. I concentrated on the menu that should be appearing - no matter what I did to that menu module it would not render at all. So, I recreated a new module with exactly the same settings and then that DOES render. So, to get around this for now I would just suggest recreating the modules and trashing the existing ones. But, I think this is something to do with your litespeed server - I think there's some sort of caching going on there. It would be interesting to see what happened if you backed up the site (using akeeba backup) and then cloned it locally (akeeba kickstart) usin XAMPP WAMP or MAMP - does it work then? If it does that would confirm my suspicion that it is something to do with your server. If it doesn't then that might imply something is corrupted in the installation - so the next step would be to try a clean install on the litespeed server of the rocketlauncher and see if that works ok.

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    Re: Callisto Template - Module Position

    Posted 6 years 8 months ago
    • Thanks for checking on this for me. We did do a rocketlauncher site to show our client what the callisto template could do. I will see if I can replicate the issue there.
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    Re: Callisto Template - Module Position

    Posted 6 years 8 months ago
    • Ok please let us know the outcome.

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    Re: Callisto Template - Module Position

    Posted 6 years 8 months ago
    • We just did some house cleaning, removing unused extensions, etc to no avail. We then decided to disable nonumbers advanced module manager and things started working. Will report back once we have tested further.
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    Re: Callisto Template - Module Position

    Posted 6 years 8 months ago
    • Oh really? Ok yes please let us know outcome of that.

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