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  • ptwd Friend
    #1112853

    I am almost never able to bring up the Megamenu page in the T3 BS3 Blank template settings. I click the Megamenu button and it brings up a page, says it’s loading the menu but the grey area where the menu trees should appear is blank. I was able to get this to come up a couple of times a long time ago but sporadically and I never know what I did to get it to show itself. I have disabled my adblocker but it didn’t solve the problem.

    I’m trying to suppress the display of individual pages from a category node and can’t figure out how to do it through the Joomla menu system. I did it a long time ago with another part of the menu, but can’t figure out how I got it to work. I think maybe I was able to uncheck the pages I wanted to exclude from the main menu through the Megamenu.

    Can someone please help me figure out why the Megamenu isn’t coming up? Thanks in advance.


    1. MegamenuBlankPage
    Saguaros Moderator
    #1112903

    Hi,

    You can enable the Error Reporting in Global Configuration to ‘Maximum’ and use Inspect Element editor in Firefox / Chrome browser > Console tab and see whether there is any error or not. It will tell you where the issue comes from.

    Regards

    ptwd Friend
    #1112926

    Hi Saguaros. Thanks for your reply. Maximum error reporting was already on. When I look at the generated HTML in Chrome, the Div to hold the MM is empty other than ::before and ::after.

    On the console I see 1 deprecation warning ("Synchronous XMLHttpRequest on the main thread…"), and a 404 error (re: missing a favicon, which wouldn’t be the cause of this).

    There is also a 403 error, which might be the culprit. The detail of the error line points to this link: [domain]/?t3action=megamenu&t3task=display&styleid=11&template=t3_bs3_blank&t3menu=mainmenu&t3acl=1&t3lang=*&rand=0.0892257421622813

    Does this reveal any more information to help debug it? I’ll attach a screenshot of the Developer view.

    Edit: More info. I’m also noticing that when I try to bring up the MM, Admintools is sending me exception notices due to "template=" being in the URL.

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by  ptwd.

    1. MM-ChromeConsole
    Saguaros Moderator
    #1112944

    Hi,

    I see the 403 error in the console tab, make sure that you set the correct permissions for files/folders on your site: File-644 and Folder-755

    and try again.

    ptwd Friend
    #1112957

    I see the 403 error in the console tab, make sure that you set the correct permissions for files/folders on your site: File-644 and Folder-755 [/quote] At which node in the directory tree should these settings apply? From the root? From /templates? Or specific directories in the root? Surely the public shouldn’t have even read-access to log files, administrator files, and such?

    Thanks.

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by  ptwd. Reason: Removed quote from previous comment
    pavit Moderator
    #1112959

    Hi

    You should apply these settings to your joomla folder, 755 anyway is not for public which is 777 and it is a must for a correct joomla based website.

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