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Joomla 3.7 Issues with Page Builder & Helix

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So, the aftermath of a major update has begun. Here are a few issues so far.

1) Language Files Not Loading

**Not loaded** : JROOT/administrator/language/en-GB/en-GB.plg_system_sppagebuilder.ini
**Not loaded** : JROOT/plugins/system/sppagebuilder/language/en-GB/en-GB.plg_system_sppagebuilder.ini
**Not loaded** : JROOT/administrator/language/en-GB/en-GB.plg_content_sppagebuilder.ini
**Not loaded** : JROOT/plugins/content/sppagebuilder/language/en-GB/en-GB.plg_content_sppagebuilder.ini

This is a known issue with any language files that do not conform to J3.7 requirements. As each hour passes and more and more people upgrade to J3.7 many more extensions are showing the same issues.

2) JCE Editor Related - Random blank pages both frontend and backend - Switch to Tiny Editor in the midterm seems to help but tends to have me thinking IMO there are other issues yet to come forward indicating pagebuilder and or helix are not fully compatible to J3.7

3 Answers


More than a month ago #Permalink
i can not open any page in sp pb after update joomla - Call to undefined method WFModelEditor::buildEditor()

Anders Liljedahl

More than a month ago #Permalink
I got the same problem . Downgrade to sp page builder 2.35 ?

Alberto Salazar

More than a month ago #Permalink
The problem is with JCE Editor, just have to disable it. Until SP Builder is updated

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