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PowerCMS2 - Content pages not displaying under Content sidebar

Thread began 4/24/2010 2:54 pm by kenstites342105 | Last modified 6/26/2010 2:17 pm by kenstites342105 | 3602 views | 17 replies

ben400211

Nothing showing in Content list after adding a new page to CMS

Hi,

I am experiencing the same issue with no content appearing in the side menu 'Content sidebar'. I was previously running PowerCMS successfully for a client, the install upgrade to PowerCMS 2 has gone smoothly until this point. Everything is working fine however, when the green button is clicked to add new content and the 'Add New Content Location' name is created, nothing appears in the Content list.

I have tried the code fix in the 'js/lighter/Fuel.php.js file, change line 64 - 65', as specified in post #7 in thread: showthread.php?t=12143
Unfortunately, it was unsuccessful.

On checking the Firefox Java Console, the following 3 Errors are consistently appearing:

Error: FormCheck is not defined
Source File: link removed
Line: 259

Error: missing ) after condition
Source File: link removed
Line: 1018, Column: 47
Source Code:
if(this.options.display.flashTips == 1 ||Â forced == ('forced') {

Error: missing ; before statement
Source File: link removed
Line: 2, Column: 3
Source Code:
link removed


Please could someone advice an alternative fix to the problem.

Thanks in advance.

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