Problem with SG template (newsflash footer)
I've installed the sg template but I get a problem with the visualization of the small arrows located in the lower part of the page used to scroll between the news.
I don't know why but they're not visible, like they haven't been found, but the image files are there in the right folder.
The website is visible at www.pachamamateramo.it
I'm currently able to see the green arrows used to navigate through the news. Are those the images you are talking about?
Hi, what you can see are the "<<" and ">>" chars that I replaced as the alt. text (instead of "previous" and "next" because of the different language of the site) when you point over the image. I've seen that if you use Firefox you can see << and >> but if you use IE you'll see the broken image placeholder.
Originally Posted by Val
I'd like to show the two little gray arrows of the template... you can easily compare with the demo version on your site and you'll see what I mean (just look at the bottom of both the homepage, the one on my site and what's on your site).
still having problem, found the reason not the answer
I'm still trying toi solve this problem with the navigation arrows at the newsflash module at the bottom of the page.
Doing a lot of experiments I realized that the problem come out when the website is published in a sub-folder of the server.
if my site is reachable at www.mywebsite.com it's ok and the small arrows images are found in www.mywebsite.com/templates/sitegr....
BUT IF MY WEBSITE IS www.mywebhost.com/myfolder/ here come out the problem: the template looks for the arrows images in www.mywebhost.com/templates/sitegro... and NOT in www.mywebhost.com/myfolder/templates/sitegr.... as it should do!
could you please tell me how to correct the code? should I modify something in the following code?
Any help will be appreciated!
<img id="prevlinkimg" src="<?php echo $this->baseurl?>/templates/<?php echo $_SESSION['tmplparams']['name']?>/images/<?php echo $_SESSION['tmplparams']['edges'].( $_SESSION['tmplparams']['night'] == "on" ? "_night" : "" )?>/prev-off.jpg" alt="Previous" title="Previous" />
Line 106 :
<img id="nextlinkimg" src="<?php echo $this->baseurl?>/templates/<?php echo $_SESSION['tmplparams']['name']?>/images/<?php echo $_SESSION['tmplparams']['edges'].( $_SESSION['tmplparams']['night'] == "on" ? "_night" : "" )?>/next.jpg" alt="Next" title="Next" />
As a temporary solution I will suggest you to post a ticket in the cPanel is down category, so we can add a symlink as a temporary workaround. When you do so, please provide a link to this thread in the ticket. We will pass the ticket to our designers, who will fix the template and submit the fixed version for download.
cannot post a ticket
Thanks Sava, but I cannot post a ticket because I haven't subscribed a service with you yet.
anyway my website is now hosted at: http://184.108.40.206/~pachama1/
Just go there with IE and you can see the problem.
Now it is July, I downloaded the template last week and still this is not fixed
As you can see at
the images are broken, because the scripting does not take care where Joomla is installed
if Joomla is installed in a subfolder, things go nuts...
please repair this in the template, not in any workaround symlinks ;=)
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