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problem with missing size path for admin interface icons

problem with missing size path for admin interface icons

Monday 30 September 2013 1:39:29 pm - 3 replies

Hi all,I've a problem with the icons of the admin interface. The icons don't display and when you look at source code of page you see that the size path (for example : 32x32 or 16x16) is not written in source code and I get a virtual path written like that : /share/icons/crystal//filesystems/folder.png  : two slashes at the place where the size path should be written, as if EzPublish was not able to read the path for the size.I noticed also that when you clear the cache the first time, the path is correctly built and the icons display correctly. But once you refresh the page or move to another tab of admin interface, once more the icons disappear.It's not a problem of rights on folders, I checked that access to the images was possible from the source code of pages by using Firebug.I've seen on this Forum that some people have experienced this type of problem but no answer was given to their questions.Having a look at debug mode in admin interface I have the following messages : 

Is there anybody to give some reply concerning this anomaly ?

Many Thanks. 

Modified on Tuesday 18 March 2014 12:52:14 pm by BECHAA Mahmoud

Wednesday 26 March 2014 2:37:17 pm

We finally found that php-mbstring module was missing on our server. Installing this module has solved the missing icons on back-office and some server error 500 we had when we wanted to publish contents with images.

 

Once you install the php-mbstring module, don't forget to restart Apache services and to clear the cache.

Modified on Thursday 27 March 2014 9:57:16 am by BECHAA Mahmoud

Wednesday 26 March 2014 2:47:40 pm

Great to hear you guys worked it out Mahmoud, and thanks for sharing the hint with the rest of the community!

Wednesday 26 March 2014 4:16:23 pm

You're welcome Nicolas blunk.gif Emoticon

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