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Theme is damaged after upgrade from 2.0.18.11 to 2.1

Hi,

Can anyone help me to get rid of this issue. After adding $Configuration['Debug'] = TRUE; in conf I get :

Info Need to re-index theme cache
Info Need to re-index plugin cache
Warning Master views differ. Controller: {PATH}/vanill7/applications/dashboard/views/default.master.php, ViewLocation(): {PATH}/vanill7/applications/dashboard/views/default.master.tpl

My default theme is completely damaged.

How can I resolve this ?

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Answers

  • vrijvlindervrijvlinder Papillon-Sauvage MVP

    Your theme is not damaged you simply need to re style it and add the missing css rules and a few details . Give me a link and I will check it out.

  • I getting this issue on windows installation. I noticed that If I remove \applications\dashboard\views\default.master.php then it works fine.

    But not sure whether It is safe. How can I re style and add missing css ?
    Can I do this from dashboard ? Or manual coding ?

  • vrijvlindervrijvlinder Papillon-Sauvage MVP
    edited April 2014

    The reason is because you probably were using the php version of the master and selected in the dashboard.

    The new Master is a tpl :)

    You should create a custom theme.

  • Hi, I am using default theme of 2.0.18.11. So, after upgrading what changes I have to do to make theme work ?

  • LincLinc Detroit Admin

    Those warnings are benign and not indicative of an actual problem you need to address.

    hgtonight
  • JameswillJameswill New
    edited April 2014

    The new Master is a tpl

    As you said that Vanilla has now shifted to tpl from php so do I need to delete the following file :
    applications\dashboard\views\default.master.php

    It is not present in the new 2.1 package I downloaded. But as mentioned in the upgrade guide I unzipped the new package over my existing install so the file still exists.

    Is it safe to delete the file :
    applications\dashboard\views\default.master.php

  • LincLinc Detroit Admin
    edited April 2014

    @jameswill Excellent catch! Yes! Delete applications\dashboard\views\default.master.php during the upgrade. Editing the instructions now.

    hgtonight
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