Clicking this link will cause a 404 error, hard refresh the page and it loads fine. May be worth checking for siteURL/api/ and opening that in a new tab or something as a workaround. 🙂
@marcos Please show me the output of these two commands:
$ npm ls nodebb-theme-vanilla nodebb-theme-lavender $ git rev-parse HEAD
npm ls nodebb-theme-vanilla nodebb-theme-lavender email@example.com /Users/username/Code/Projects/forum ├── firstname.lastname@example.org └── email@example.com [ruby-2.0.0-p451] git:master [~/Code/Projects/forum/] $: git rev-parse HEAD 9756027788dec842933bcd709e145687fd3fd872 [ruby-2.0.0-p451] git:master [~/Code/Projects/forum/] $:
That's a little weird -- that commit does not correspond to any commits in our repository..
@julian it is my own local commit ( but has nothing to do with theme or css ) just exclude
@marcos Ok, no problem -- can you tell me whether you're on v0.4.x branch or master?
@julian hm how to do that?
git status will tell you what branch you are on
If you are on
master, your lavender and vanilla can be updated, so try running
npm i nodebb-theme-vanilla@latest && npm i nodebb-theme-lavender@latest
If you're on
v0.4.x, your themes are too new, so run
npm i to downgrade back.
@julian thanks , yes I am on
$: npm ls nodebb-theme-vanilla nodebb-theme-lavender firstname.lastname@example.org /Users/user/Code/Projects/forum ├── email@example.com invalid └── firstname.lastname@example.org invalid npm ERR! invalid: email@example.com /Users/user/Code/Projects/forum/node_modules/nodebb-theme-lavender npm ERR! invalid: firstname.lastname@example.org /Users/user/Code/Projects/forum/node_modules/nodebb-theme-vanilla npm ERR! not ok code 0 [ruby-2.0.0-p451] git:master [~/Code/Projects/forum/] $: git rev-parse HEAD 9756027788dec842933bcd709e145687fd3fd872 [ruby-2.0.0-p451] git:master [~/Code/Projects/forum/] $: git hist * 9756027 2014-05-16 | include config.json in gitignor (HEAD, master) [username] * d5d5f91 2014-05-16 | initial (origin/master) [username] [ruby-2.0.0-p451] git:master [~/Code/Projects/forumi/]
This is how my home page looks now:
Hm... and you are restarting your forum each time, yes? Does the forum look alright in vanilla?
@julian yes reinstalling everytime , no also in plain vallina it is like that:
Wow... I can say without a doubt I've never seen this happen. I have no clue what is wrong
Does it help if you disable all plugins?
./nodebb reset plugins
@julian - yes disabling all plugins helped to solve this problem.
Hm, then in that case, please reactivate them one by one until you figure out which one caused it