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4 March 2009 at 10:40pm
I downloaded on of the themes off the site just to check it out but there seems to be a problemo.... and it looks like this....
[Warning] None of these templates can be found: Page.ss, ContentController.ss
Line 171 in C:\wamp\www\ss\sapphire\core\SSViewer.php
162 $this->chosenTemplates['main'] = $this->chosenTemplates[$templateFolder];
167 if(isset($_GET['debug_request'])) Debug::message("Final template selections made: " . var_export($this->chosenTemplates, true));
171 if(!$this->chosenTemplates) user_error("None of these templates can be found: ". implode(".ss, ", $templateList) . ".ss", E_USER_WARNING);
177 * Returns true if at least one of the listed templates exists
* None of these templates can be found: Page.ss, ContentController.ss
Line 171 of SSViewer.php
Line 308 of Controller.php
Line 175 of Controller.php
Line 107 of RequestHandler.php
Line 122 of Controller.php
Line 19 of ModelAsController.php
Line 262 of Director.php
Line 106 of Director.php
Line 115 of main.php
i put it in the correct folder and i changed the _config.php file
8 March 2009 at 5:14am
I am having this issue as well. I have the latest version of Silverstripe installed and downloaded one of the themes from the .org website.
8 March 2009 at 8:31am
I've had the same issue, I think its a difference between the new version of SS and the older themes. I even had a problem with the tutorial theme.
I've resolved it by installing black candy when setting up SS and copying the contents of the stylesheets out of the theme I wanted into the blackcandy files.
Hope that helps.
8 April 2009 at 12:23am
same issue here. and i'm using the blackcandy theme ...
Could it be that it doesn't work when it is installed in a subfolder?
8 April 2009 at 1:20am
I can create this error message if I use a theme name that is not existing. So I guess, that your issue is related to a typo in the theme selection, upper/lower case mismatch or file protection of the theme folder.
I hope, this helps,
29 May 2009 at 4:25pm
It took me some very frustrating hours to found out that templates with underscores or camel case names generally lead to the upper error message...
15 June 2009 at 5:38pm
It seems that theme names must be all lowercase and without any other characters.
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