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  • panaretos
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    I have succesfull installed the cms but when i am going to acces the admin area the logo of silvestripe remains loading.How can i fixed that?

  • Willr
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    This indicates a javascript error has occured. If you bring up your web browsers console panel (for example firefox, chrome and safari all have good ones) you should see a red javascript error that should lead you in a direction to start. Check that all the files got uploaded correctly for one thing.

  • Ricdiculous
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    Hello, I have a similar problem with the Admin login, I keep seeing on the forums here 'change CHMOD to 755 on assets'. Done that, still no help. Then I see this javascript thing from you. Thanks. I see there are errors in the console panel, two main ones: Behaviour is not defined ; JQuery is not defined.

    So what do you suggest I do to sort this? Which files should I upload for example? I extracted the install files on the webserver using a cpanel file manager.

    Cheers

  • nicitainment
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    Hey Guys,

    i have exactly the same Problem. I installed the Silverstripe CMS some weeks before, everything worked fine. Now i wanted to install the CMS under a few new domains with an empty Database and a CMS for each domain.

    And now i have the Problem all the Times and can't fix it with CHMOD 755. Because of the fine installation weeks before and more than one upload of the CMS i am pretty sure, it's not a reason of corrupted files.

    Does anyone has one idea? I have also the behaviour and jQuery Error in my Browser.

    Best Regards and thanks for helping
    Nicolas Funke

  • Sean
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    Try adding this to the bottom of your mysite/_config.php file:

    Requirements::set_combined_files_enabled(false);

    Hope that helps!

    Sean

  • nicitainment
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    Thanks a lot, this single line fixed my problem ;-)

    Have a nice Sunday!
    Nicolas Funke

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