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edit in the frontend editor breaks the page

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Hello there,
I am running Joomla 3.8.2, and sp page builder 2.5.4.
When I am editing a page from the frontend and save it the page breaks, but when editing from the backend it is working find.

I've tried to upgrade to version 3.4.11 and now I cannot access the frontend editor at all. Getting the following error:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/esetcoil/public_html/administrator/components/com_sppagebuilder/builder/classes/base.php on line 371

9 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
1) As might read SPPB 2.5.x is not supported and won't be.
2) Joomla 3.8.2, really? Please update otherwise no help at all. Support Policy.
3) Probably the problem is with your template (or also old CMS).
Please tell me template name and his developer, and on what framework in based?

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
BTW
Joomla 3.8.2 was published in Nov 2017
now we have May 2019 and Joomla 3.9.6
Hello!

Dor_promo

More than a month ago #Permalink
hi,
1) I understand, that is why I mentiond that I updated the SPPB to 3.4.11.
2) We are on the road map for the update, there are some backward compatibity that we need to handle. we are almost finished and will update in the coming week or so.
3) the template is not a public template, but one that was developed custom to the client.
This is the error that I am getting:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/esetcoil/public_html/administrator/components/com_sppagebuilder/builder/classes/base.php on line 371
it does not seem like a template issue

Dor_promo

More than a month ago #Permalink
do you beileve that updating the Joomla version will solve the issue?

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
do you beileve that updating the Joomla version will solve the issue?


SPPB was prepared to work with new Joomla, so using the old one is VERY unreasonable.
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4) Have you checked suggested PHP settings from SP Page Builder Manual?

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
5) Have you overridden SPPB page view or addons from it inside the template?

Dor_promo

More than a month ago #Permalink

4) Have you checked suggested PHP settings from SP Page Builder Manual?


PHP settings are matching the suggested.

5) Have you overridden SPPB page view or addons from it inside the template?


I didn't override any but I've created few addons about 2 years ago still in the 2.x versions. maybe I need to do some adjeustments there?

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Yes, try on Page without them. They may generate problems with 3.x version.

Dor_promo

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Paul,
I've updated Joomla to 3.9.6, SPPB to 3.4.11 and managed to find the issue in my addons that created.
right now most of the things seems to work ok on development server.
But now when I click the + buttons to add an element to a column or to add another row (see image) nothing happens and there are no errors in the console. any ideas?

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